Ohio State tight end Marcus Baugh suspended two games for 'stuff'

Monday September 1st, 2014

Ohio State tight end Marcus Baugh has been suspended two games, head coach Urban Meyer said at a press conference Monday.

Baugh didn't make the team's trip to Baltimore this weekend for the season opener against Navy and won't play Saturday against Virginia Tech. When asked why Baugh is suspended, Meyer simply replied "stuff," according to Cleveland.com.

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A redshirt freshman, Baugh has been charged with underage drinking twice since joining the Buckeyes, first last summer and again in January. He was reportedly suspended indefinitely from the team after the second incident.

Baugh, a native of Riverside, Calif., was rated a four-star recruit and the No. 6 tight end in the country in the class of 2013 by Rivals.

Ohio State loses starting tight end Jeff Heuerman to graduation after this season.

Ben Estes


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