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Former Wolverine cops plea in drug conspiracy case

Former Wolverines wide receiver/quarterback Justin Feagin pleaded guilty to a drug conspiracy charge, putting behind him an arrest that could have put him in prison for 20 years.

According to Art Aisner of AnnArbor.com, Feagins will be sentenced under the “Holmes Youthful Trainee Act,” which expunges felony convictions of 17 to 20 year olds upon completion of a court sentence.

Feagin, a late addition to a Rich Rodriguez’s first recruiting class that had a troubled track record before ever enrolling at Michigan, had his dorm room arsoned as an intimidation technique over a botched cocaine deal, which resulted in his dismissal from the school and program.

Rodriguez took a little heat back when Feagins was dismissed for that shoddy background work that allowed Feagins to come to Michigan in the first place.

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