Marcus Baugh Cited for Underage Drinking Once Again

Marcus Baugh Cited for Underage Drinking Once Again

Marcus Baugh Cited for Underage Drinking Once Again

Ohio State Football fans are shocked to hear that freshman Marcus Baugh has been cited for underage drinking for the second time in a matter of months. As a result of this Baugh could be facing a further suspension.
 
Marcus Baugh was on West Avenue 5Th near Dennison Avenue when he was cited. His case is due to be heard on Monday, at Franklin County Municipal Court. Baugh could be facing a jail sentence of six months and a fine of one thousand dollars.

Marcus Baugh was red-shirted just a year ago and this talented Ohio State Football Player was a four star recruit from Riverside, California.

Last July Baugh was cited for drinking underage and being in possession of false identification. He was suspended for the seasons opening game after pleading guilty to the underage drinking charge. However, Baugh was cleared of possessing false identification.

Many thought that Baugh had conformed, but this recent arrest has cast a number of doubts. A second citation could mean that Baugh misses playing at least two games, but it is unlikely that the Ohio State Football League will ban him again.

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