Buckeyes' Roby earned national attention 

December, 10, 2012
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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- There was no real hype for Bradley Roby before the season, no watch lists building buzz and giving a head start on becoming a nationally recognized name.

Even within the program, the conversations in August typically focused more on getting consistent effort instead of praising all the natural gifts Ohio State's top cornerback possessed.

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Andrew Weber/US PresswireBradley Roby made two interceptions in the victory over Nebraska.
Roby essentially had to go the old-fashioned way to start generating attention and picking up accolades -- the redshirt sophomore had to earn it with his play instead of his reputation.
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