Ohio State redshirt freshman tight end Marcus Baugh was arrested and charged last week with underage drinking for the second time since he joined the program less than a year ago.

The website Eleven Warriors reported Tuesday night that Baugh was suspended indefinitely from the team after the latest incident. Ohio State officials have yet to acknowledge the Jan. 17 underage drinking charge, which is a first-degree misdemeanor.

Last July after arriving on campus, Baugh was arrested and subsequently pleaded guilty to underage drinking and carrying false identification. He was removed from team activities for the remainder of the summer and suspended for Ohio State's season opener against Buffalo.

The 6-foot-4 Californian's future could be in doubt with the Buckeyes, who have three other tight ends on the roster and are limited to 82 scholarships, three below the maximum, because of NCAA sanctions. Baugh was ranked as one of the nation's top tight ends in the Class of 2013.