Graham Glasgow has learnt a lesson from his arrest

Michigan's Glasgow said he has learnt from arrest

Michigan's junior center/guard, Graham Glasgow, who was arrested during the off season for drunk driving, has said that he has learnt from with arrest. Glasgow was selected as a starter at the University of Michigan in the previous year. His entire carrier was in jeopardy when he was arrested for drunk driving about 7 months earlier.

The young player faced suspension for a portion of spring football, the first game of the regular season. Glasgow, who has a height of 6-foot-6 and weighs 311 pounds, pled guilty to a lesser charge of operating while visibly impaired. The player still had to face public litigation, however the teams stood by him and supported him through the case. Following the ordeal, the player said that he has gained a new perspective.

"My team has been with me the entire way, these guys have been there for me the entire time, which I can't thank them enough for. I don't take any day for granted, I'll say that. And coming to work with these guys every day is just a pleasure," he said.

Glasgow plays at both center and guard for the team.