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Updated: OSU Defensive Lineman Tracy Sprinkle Arrested on Drug Charges Following Altercation
By Tony Gerdeman

** UPDATE - 10:35 pm **

A new report from the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram states that "information provided by police incorrectly stated that he [Sprinkle] was found with heroin."

Per the latest report from Chronicle-Telegram, Sprinkle was arrested and charged with possession of drugs, drug paraphernalia, and rioting/failure to disperse.

Sources close to the Sprinkle family expect the drug charges to be dropped stemming from this incident.

According to The Lantern, Sprinkle is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.

Ohio State has not yet commented publicly on the situation.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Per a report from the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram, Ohio State redshirt freshman defensive lineman Tracy Sprinkle was arrested on Friday on charges of possession of drugs, heroin, drug paraphernalia, and rioting/failure to disperse.

The report was confirmed by the Lorain police per the Chronicle-Telegram.

A report from ElevenWarriors.com had Sprinkle arrested for an "altercation at a bar" on Friday, and subsequently suspended indefinitely. Ohio State called the report of a suspension "premature", according to the Columbus Dispatch.

Ohio State has not released any public comments about the incident to this point, however.

Sprinkle redshirted as a true freshman last season, and was expected to fight for a role in the rotation this coming season.

We will have more as information becomes available.

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