Thanks to Steve Seymour for texting me with this info. Below is the RSS feed from The Columbus Dispatch.
I am not sure if Carter will make it back. Considering Carter was academically ineligible for the Rose Bowl against Oregon, then spring ball, and now this, it makes me wonder if he will ever suit up for the Buckeyes again.
One thing is for certain, and that is it will make the battle for the third wide receiver spot one of the key areas to focus upon during the upcoming fall camp that will begin soon.
Feed: Blogging the Buckeyes
Posted on: Monday, June 21, 2010 12:38 PM
Author: Blogging the Buckeyes
Subject: Duron Carter at junior college
Receiver Duron Carter will not play for Ohio State this fall. He has enrolled at Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College, Coffeyville coach Darian Dulin said this morning.
Dulin said Carter was scheduled to take part in summer workouts at Coffeyville, and must stay at the school for at least a semester before possibly heading back to OSU. That means the earliest Carter could be back is January.
Dulin said one of his assistant coaches knew Carter's father, Cris, and "recruited" him to Coffeyville. The selling point was a smaller class size (Coffeyville has about 1,300 students) and smaller town so Duron could work on improving his grades.
Carter was a freshman last season and had a promising year, playing in 12 games and making 13 catches for 176 yards and a TD.
He was declared academically ineligible for the Rose Bowl, and then also sat out spring practice.
More as we get it.