Today has been a hectic day for everyone involved with Ohio State football. From coaches, to players, to the fans, it seems as if something new has popped up every hour. Among all the news, junior to be cornerback Bradley Roby faces legal trouble and it has been announced that he will not be attending Big Ten media days this week.
Ohio State announces CB Bradley Roby will not attend Big Ten Media Days— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) July 22, 2013
It's typically regarded as an honor to attend an event like Big Ten Media Days, but Roby's privileges was taken away after news from this past weekend broke. Roby, one of Ohio State's few returning starters, was expected to be a leader on not only the defense, but for the whole team. Though this is surprising news, we'll have to wait until later in the week to know all the facts of this case. Further punishments have not yet been given out to the All-American cornerback.
Instead, it has been announced that Christian Bryant will take the place of Roby at the podium. Bryant, like Roby, is expected to lead an experienced Buckeye defense this season.
Christian Bryant to replace Bradley Roby at Big Ten media days in Chicago this week. 3-year starter at safety— Marcus Hartman (@marcushartman) July 22, 2013
We'll have more as it develops.