LAWRENCEBURG, Ky. (AP) -Former Kentucky basketball coach Billy Gillispie has pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol following his arrest early Thursday in central Kentucky.
Gillispie wore an orange jumpsuit and said few words during his video arraignment, a copy of which was obtained by The Associated Press. The judge told Gillispie she was suspending his right to drive in Kentucky because he refused to take blood and breath tests.
According to a police report, Gillispie had a strong smell of alcohol on his breath and slurred speech when he was pulled over along a highway in Lawrenceburg about 30 miles from Lexington.
Gillispie was fired as the Wildcats' coach after last season.

NCAAB Headlines

NCAAB Top Stories

Thumbnail Georgetown vs. Xavier Pick Will No. 22 Xavier have any problems at home when it hosts Georgetown today at 2PM ET?
Thumbnail Northwestern vs. Ohio State Pick Will today's Big Ten matchup between Northwestern and Ohio State go over the betting total at 1:00PM ET?
Thumbnail Miami vs. Duke Prediction No. 18 Duke has lost back-to-back games, but will the Blue Devils cover when they host Miami at 7:15PM ET?
Thumbnail Stanford vs. Oregon Prediction No. 11 Oregon hosts Stanford at 6:00PM ET tonight - will the game be low-scoring for bettors?
Thumbnail South Carolina vs. Kentucky Pick No. 24 South Carolina will be in Lexington this evening when it visits No. 5 Kentucky at 6:00PM ET. Will the Wildcats cover?

NCAAB Team Pages