Just moments after taking the above knee-twisting hit, Carlos Hyde returned to the game and caught a pass for a first down. How? (Stay tuned for updates if it starts bothering the 49ers running back.)
Ohio State has suspended running back Carlos Hyde for at least the first three games of the 2013 season "for conduct not representative of football program or university," which seems like a weird way of saying "he made us look bad with that nightclub incident."
WTVN in Columbus has the surveillance video from the incident involving Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde. Watch it here.
Police in Columbus, Ohio, say they've closed the case involving Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde, who was a person of interest in an alleged assault on a woman at a nightclub on July 20. The 19-year-old victim decided not to press charges.
And now comes a report that conflicts with a report about whether Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde assaulted a woman at a Columbus nightclub over the weekend.
Yahoo's Charles Robinson reports that Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde is not expected to face charges for the alleged assault of a woman at a Columbus nightclub over the weekend.
The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that top Ohio State running back Carlos Hyde has been dismissed from the team by head coach Urban Meyer. Hyde was reportedly named as a person of interest in a case regarding a woman who was assaulted in a Columbus bar this weekend. At this point, Hyde has not been arrested or…