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Football: Marcus Hooker suspended one game for DUI arrest

Freshman defensive back Marcus Hooker will be suspended one game by the team for a charge from June when he was arrested for driving under the influence, head coach Urban Meyer said at Big Ten Media Days Tuesday.

“He’ll be suspended for the first game,” Meyer said on Hooker.

A three-star recruit who was ranked No. 642 in his class according to 247Sports, Hooker was arrested in Township, Pennsylvania, at a traffic stop.

The 18-year-old was charged back in June with driving under the influence, purchasing alcohol as a minor, careless driving, disregarding traffic lanes and missing rear lights.

Hooker is the brother of ex-Ohio State safety and Indianapolis Colts player Malik Hooker, and committed to the Buckeyes back in July 2017.

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