An off-field incident earlier this year will cost an Arkansas offensive lineman his freedom for a few days this summer.
According to the Associated Press, Jason Peacock pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of misdemeanor theft but was still sentenced to 10 days in jail. Prosecutors stated that Peacock is to report to the jail within 30 days.
In addition to the jail time, Peacock will also be under supervised probation for a year.
Peacock had originally been charged with felony theft following a March incident. It was alleged that the lineman stole a debit card out of the purse of a female UA student and used it to purchase $35 worth of gas.
Peacock, who started the final nine games of the 2011 season, was suspended shortly after the arrest but was reinstated less than a month later. He was listed as a starter on the spring depth chart.