COLUMBUS, Ohio –
The misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge against senior Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby has been conditionally dismissed.
According to court records, the charge against the senior OSU football player was reduced from battery to disorderly on Friday.
Roby’s attorneys and prosecutors agreed to a pretrial diversion program. As part of the program, Roby must avoid any further legal trouble until August 16 of 2014 in order to have the charge formally dismissed.
In late July, Roby was involved in a legal issue in Bloomington, Ind. He was released after posting $1,000 bond.
OSU officials did not allow Roby to attend Big Ten media days as a result of the charge. University officials said that as more information became available, Roby could face additional discipline.
Roby has been recently named to numerous watch lists, including the Walter Camp player of the year. He considered leaving for the NFL draft after last season but decided to return for his redshirt junior season.SOURCE