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Ohio State judges Kamil Sadlocha after racial slur charge

Ohio State University announced on Tuesday that senior Kamil Sadlocha will be benched in light of allegations of racial slurs made during Michigan State’s recent game.

The Ohio hockey forward has been accused of repeatedly hurling racial slurs at Michigan player Jagger Joshua, who posted his accusation on social media saying: ‘Acts of racism do not belong at hockey.”

Ohio State’s announcement reported that Sadlocha is “returning home and will not be training or competing at this time.”

Ohio State also noted that all of its players will be required to undergo “racial sensitivity, diversity, fairness, inclusion, and the use of respectful dialogue.”

Sadlocha was the only Ohio player to receive a misconduct in the Nov. 11 game.

Despite the swirling controversy, the Big Ten did not move to discipline Sadlocha.

“Due to the absence of compelling evidence presented to the conference, the conference has imposed no further disciplinary action,” the Big Ten said in a statement.

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