Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde allegedly punched a girl, rumored to be dismissed from team

The offseason bug continues to bite college football teams across the country. Earlier this past weekend, Florida Gators starting linebacker Antonio Morrison was arrested for barking at a police dog, his second arrest in just over a month, and now Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde may be facing troubles of his own.

Details on Hyde’s situation are still developing and spotty, but he allegedly punched a girl in the face over the weekend and has been dismissed from the team. Ohio State has yet to comment on the situation, however, Hyde was not in attendance at Monday morning’s team meetings.


According to Fox 8 News reporter Gabe Spiegel, Ohio State plans to address an “incident” later on Monday.


Not helping Hyde out is the fact that the girl he punched is reportedly a cop’s daughter.


Again, these are currently rumors circulating the internet. Hopefully for Buckeye Nation, the initial reports are not true.

*UPDATE* 10:20 a.m. Eleven Warriors has obtained the police report, which names Carlos Hyde as the suspect. The narrative included in the report states:

Victim stated on listed date and time at the listed location she was assaulted by the described suspect. Victim stated she does not know the suspect but stated she could identify him.

Men of the Scarlett and Grey spoke directly with a witness of the events which transpired. To read the dialogue, click here.

*UPDATE* 11:30 a.m. According to The Columbus Dispatch, sources have confirmed that Hyde has been dismissed from the team.

Sources told The Dispatch this morning that Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer has dismissed No.1 running back Carlos Hyde, who was named as a person of interest in a weekend assault against a female in a Downtown bar, and that he is still looking into a situation regarding starting cornerback Bradley Roby in Bloomington, Ind., over the weekend.

*UPDATE* 3:55 p.m. – Hyde has NOT been dismissed.




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