Ohio State sophomore quarterback J.T. Barrett was just named the starting signal-caller last week ahead of the team's game against Penn State. It looks like next week, the Buckeyes will be going back to Cardale Jones - but not by choice.
Barrett, who was cited early Saturday morningfor driving a motor vehicle while impaired, has been suspended by Ohio State for one game. He'll miss next Saturday's contest against Minnesota. OSU has a bye today.
">October 31, 2015
">@McMurphyESPN was told by Gene Smith that as a misdemeanor offense, J.T. Barrett is not subject to mandatory 2-game suspension.
— Austin Ward (@AWardESPN) October 31, 2015
It remains to be seen if this will be the only fallout from the transgression. We'll keep you updated.