Ohio State football's latest legal troubles involve freshman punter A. J. Trapasso and quarterback Troy Smith.
Trapasso pleaded not guilty to underage drinking. That's a penalty that could leave him facing six months in jail and a $1000 fine. Te 18-year-old was ticketed by police on April 25th.
Meanwhile, Smith pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. That charge came from a campus fight last fall.
All this comes in the midst of the Ira Guilford/Louis Irrizary proceedings. Athletic Director Andy Geiger has said that it's unlikely either will suit up again for the Buckeyes. Guilford and Irrizary pleaded not guilty to felony robbery charges on Monday.