COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN) -- Two Ohio State football players could face legal issues in connection with two incidents at bars in two different states.
Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde is listed as a person of interest in a police report on the assault a woman at a downtown bar early Saturday morning.
According to a Columbus Police report the victim reported being struck, but says she didn't know the person who hit her. She did tell police she could identify the man.
Hyde has not been arrested or charged but Ohio State announced Monday afternoon that the senior has been suspended from all team activities pending the outcome of student code of conduct and criminal investigations.
Also over the weekend, cornerback Bradley Roby was involved in an incident at a Bloomington, Indiana bar.
Bloomington Police say Roby was kicked out of the Dunkirk Bar on Kirkwood Ave by private security at 2:40 a.m. Sunday.
Police say Roby then tried to get back into the bar to find his friends and punched one of the private security officers in the chest.
Roby is charged with battery, a misdemeanor, and taken to the Monroe Co. Jail. He was supposed to represent Ohio State at this week's Big Ten media days but will stay home and could face team discipline as more details become available.
(Mugshot from Monroe County Jail)
Additionally, two incoming Buckeye freshmen, tight end Marcus Baugh and defensive lineman Tim Gardner, have been disciplined as well. Baugh has been removed from team activities and will sit out the first game of the season for his arrest for underage possession of alcohol and for possession of fake identification. Gardner is being sent home and will not be part of the 2013 Buckeyes after his arrest for obstruction of official business. Gardner allegedly ran from police.