Ohio State freshman running back Brian Snead announced on Friday that he wouldn’t be returning to the school.
Snead was suspended for the final 12 games of the season for “violation of team rules” prior to the Buckeyes third game of the year against TCU.
It was never said what he did to be suspended
The four-star recruit out of Sneffer, Florida seen limited action in the first two games against Oregon State and Rutgers rushing for 37 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries.
He was expected to compete for the #2 spot on the depth chart behind J.K. Dobbins at the running back position.
Snead was going to have to face some serious competition for the spot with Demario McCall, Major Teague and incoming freshman Marcus Crowley also there fighting for reps.
He’ll have to sit out a year per NCAA transfer rules but Snead will have a remaining three years of eligibility.
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