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Suspended Michigan o-lineman back at practice

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Michigan suspended offensive lineman Graham Glasgow for a violation of team expectations last week. Apparently, he has served his time. Glasgow has returned to spring practices and workouts earlier this week, but his suspension for Michigan’s season opener against Appalachian State is still to be enforced.

“He’s back, there’s internal discipline that he’s going through, life lessons that he’s learned,” Michigan head coach Brady Hoke said, per MLive.com.

Glasgow was reportedly arrested for a driving-related offense, which is believed to have been the reason for the suspension by the Wolverines. Keeping him out for one game seems like a good enough punishment based on what we know at this point, and the fact he is back and practicing with the team now in spring practices is not a real problem. He will still be punished for whatever offense by missing playing time.

Glasgow is one of Michigan’s most experienced lineman returning in 2014, and Hoke went on record suggesting he is one of their best at the position earlier this spring.

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6 Responses to “Suspended Michigan o-lineman back at practice”
  1. michiganstillsucks says: Mar 27, 2014 3:09 PM

    He was busted for drunk driving. Out there endangering the lives of others. He might get one game. But heaven forbid you get a couple of free tattoos… Michigan is a joke.

  2. jrs45 says: Mar 27, 2014 7:01 PM

    Well said!

  3. trinityeagle says: Mar 27, 2014 7:16 PM

    @michiganstillsucks

    You comment is entirely misinformed and distorting the facts. Nowhere in this story (or in anything that I can find online or in the newspaper (I live in Ann Arbor)) has mentioned drunk driving. Not a single article. So to to pin that offense (which is a horrid offense) on Glasgow is entirely unfair.

    If you paid attention at all to the Ohio State case, the program did not get in trouble because of Pryor and his friends selling tattoos, the program got in trouble because Tressel tried to cover it up repeatedly. Look at the other players who have lied to the NCAA, Reggie Bush, Dez Bryant, it never goes well for them. So keep recruiting players like Marcus Hall that flip the bird to a whole bunch of children and avoid the facts.

  4. spreadthecheese says: Mar 27, 2014 11:46 PM

    Well, you can cross a sexual assault allegation off the list. Michigan doesn’t punish players for that.

  5. 11stanleycups says: Mar 28, 2014 6:14 AM

    What do you expect Trinity. People from down there need the band to help them spell O-H-I-O

  6. 11stanleycups says: Mar 28, 2014 6:16 AM

    So about the drunk driving allegation. Can you show us a police report that confirms that?

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