Former Hawkeye Hyde charged with disorderly conduct


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Former Iowa football player Micah Hyde was charged with disorderly conduct by Iowa City police on Sunday, after officers responded to a noise complaint at 2:30 a.m.

It was Hyde’s second legal run-in in just over two months. The senior cornerback was arrested and charged with public intoxication and interference with official acts on Oct. 6 during the Hawkeyes’ bye weekend. He lost his captaincy for four weeks following the arrest but earned it back for the season’s final three games.

It was an excellent season on the field for Hyde, who won the Big Ten’s Tate-Woodson Defensive Back of the Year award in late November. The Fostoria, Ohio, native made 78 tackles and broke up 14 passes. He forced two fumbles, recovered three, and intercepted a pass as well.

Head coach Kirk Ferentz didn’t suspend Hyde after the October arrest, citing the senior’s years of good behavior.

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