A little over a week after being reinstated to the team by coach Brady Hoke, Michigan defensive end Frank Clark has pleaded guilty to a second-degree home invasion charge.
Clark (pictured, No. 57) entered the plea Tuesday at Washtenaw County Trial Court and will reportedly be sentenced on Oct. 23 — coincidentally, the same day that Wolverines running back Fitz Toussaint will be sentenced for pleading guilty to operating while visibly impaired.
The two players were suspended during the offseason for their respective crimes and were actually charged around the same time as well. Clark’s charge stemmed from the alleged theft of a MacBook Air from a student’s dorm room this past June. Both did not travel with the team to Dallas for the season opening game against Alabama, but were back in action in Week 2 in a win against Air Force.
(Hat tip: Detroit News)