It appears the legal woes of one of Michigan’s top offensive lineman are slowly beginning to wind down.
According to multiple media outlets, Graham Glasgow pleaded guilty Monday to a reduced charge of operating a vehicle while visibly impaired. Glasgow had originally been charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated in late April.
The lineman had pleaded not guilty to that charge earlier this month.
In court, Glasgow admitted that he drank 10-12 “Natty Lights” starting at around four in the afternoon March 14 before taking an hour-and-a-half nap and then driving, with several people in his vehicle, to downtown Ann Arbor to get pizza. The 21-year-old player was pulled over at 8:39 p.m. ET when a police officer spotted a female passenger, later identified as Michigan volleyball player Alexa Dannemiller, hanging out the passenger window of Glasgow’s SUV.
Mlive.com writes that Glasgow “admitted to registering a blood alcohol content of .11 at the scene of his arrest before blowing a .13 at the police station.”
A sentencing hearing is scheduled for July 14.
Last season, Glasgow started 13 games — nine at center, four at guard. He has been suspended for the season opener against Appalachian State.