A contrite Graham Glasgow was sentenced Monday in connection to a drunk-driving incident earlier this offseason, multiple media outlets reported.
The Michigan offensive lineman received 12 months probation, an $800 fine and six days of community service after pleading guilty to a lesser charge of operating a vehicle while visibly impaired. He had originally been charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Additionally, he’s been barred from drinking alcohol; is subject to random drug and alcohol tests as well as required to attend alcohol education classes; and speak to the Mothers Against Drunk Driving Victim Impact Panel.
At his sentencing, Glasgow apologized in remarks directed to the judge in his case.
“I made a mistake,” Glasgow told the judge. “I let a lot of people down. I’m sorry. This is an opportunity to learn from the mistake and never let this happen again.”
Last season, Glasgow started 13 games — nine at center, four at guard. He has been suspended for the season opener against Appalachian State.