The Columbus Dispatch reports that the misdemeanor charge against Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby has been reduced.
The charge was reduced from battery to disorderly conduct. Roby was arrested in July following an incident outside an Indiana bar.
Following the charges against Roby, head coach Urban Meyer said he was waiting for more facts before Roby was punished. Meyer has said a suspension for Roby is likely. As Doug Lesmerises of the Plain Dealer points out, Roby has been practicing with the second team with the Buckeyes.
The max sentence for a disorderly conduct charge is up to 180 days in jail and a fine up to $1,000.
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