EAST LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – At least four more Michigan State football players facing misdemeanor charges for an altercation inside the Michigan Stadium tunnel last October may have their misdemeanor cases dismissed in exchange for community service and other conditions, according to their lawyers.
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A fight broke out in the tunnel after Michigan defeated Michigan State 29-7 on Oct. 29. Video showed Michigan State players pushing, punching and kicking Michigan’s Ja’Den McBurrows.
Seven players were charged, though only one, Khary Crump, faced a felony. That charge was dropped in early January in exchange for a guilty plea to a misdemeanor. His record will be scrubbed clean if he stays out of trouble while on probation.
Grose, Itayvion Brown, Brandon Wright and Justin White returned to court Friday and agreed to sign up for a special program, according to report from MLive.
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