Roby is one of the best cornerbacks in college football, so by having these charges reduced, it is unlikely that he will miss any significant time on the field. Maybe a slap on the wrist one game suspension, but he will be on the field in the games that matter.
The misdemeanor charge against Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby was changed today from battery, a class A misdemeanor, to disorderly conduct, a less serious charge.
Roby was arrested on July 21 after an altercation outside a bar in Bloomington, Ind. Roby has not missed practice time, but the All-Big Ten player has taken reps with the second unit during training camp.