As part of a handful of off-the-field incidents over the summer involving Ohio State players, Buckeyes cornerback Bradley Roby was arrested last month on a battery charge.
The good news for Roby is that his charge has been reduced. Via the Columbus Dispatch, Roby had his Class A misdemeanor battery charge lessened to a Class B misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
Roby, who has started all 25 games the past two seasons for the Buckeyes, was allegedly involved in a scuffle last month at a bar in Bloomington, Ind. He has been practicing with the team, but Ohio State coach Urban Meyer has kept the possibility open of a suspension while he gathers the facts of the incident.
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