Michigan offensive lineman Graham Glasgow faces up to 93 days in jail and a $350 fine. (John T. Greilick / Detroit News)
Ann Arbor — Michigan offensive lineman Graham Glasgow entered a guilty plea in 15th District Court on Monday morning for a lesser charge of operating while visibly impaired.
It is a misdemeanor punishable up to 93 days in jail and a $350 fine. Glasgow will appear in court July 14 for sentencing.
Glasgow, appearing in court with attorney John Shea, told the judge he had 10 to 12 “Natty Lites” — beer — at his home beginning at 4 p.m. on March 15. Glasgow said he took a 90-minute nap, then left his home to drive at about 9 p.m.
The initial stop was made, according to the police report, when an officer noticed a “white female hanging from the front passenger side window.” The woman was “screaming at pedestrians,” the report said. Shortly after, the officer observed the rear tailgate of the vehicle opened and items concealed the license plate.
Glasgow told the judge his first breath sample yielded a .11 and at the police station it registered .13.
He declined comment after the pre-trial hearing on Monday. Shea said there was nothing to add.
“What kind of comment can you make? You saw what happened (in court),” Shea said.
The judge will allow Glasgow to leave Ann Arbor for a brief visit to his family’s home in the Chicago area.
Glasgow has been punished by Michigan football coach Brady Hoke. He missed a portion of spring practice and will sit out the season opener against Appalachian State.