When Michigan confirmed that starting offensive lineman Graham Glasgow had been suspended last month for “violating team standards,” it was subsequently reported that the suspension was connected to an arrest on a driving-related offense.
As it turns out, the “driving-related offense” was significantly more serious than speeding or blowing through a stop sign.
Both mlive.com and the Detroit Free Press reported Wednesday morning that Glasgow will be charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. And arraignment on the charge has been scheduled for May 19.
The OWI complaint was issued Tuesday, the Free Press reports, following an incident that occurred March 15. The details surrounding the case have yet to be publicly divulged.
The Free Press wrote that “Michigan officials had no new comment today” on this latest development.
Last season, Glasgow started 13 games — nine at center, four at guard. The junior’s expected to once again anchor an offensive line that was very suspect exiting the spring.
The Wolverines had pursued Alabama offensive line transfer Chad Lindsay before he decided Tuesday to finish out his playing career at Ohio State.