JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (AP) -Two Louisville basketball players have reached a plea agreement with Indiana prosecutors following a run-in with off-duty police officers at a restaurant earlier this month.
Senior guard Jerry Smith and sophomore center Terrence Jennings each pleaded guilty to one count of resisting law enforcement and will be on probation for a year. They must complete 40 hours of community service and pay about $500 in fines.
The two were arrested Oct. 11 after they tussled with officers outside a southern Indiana restaurant. Jennings was stunned twice with a Taser.
The two offered unsolicited apologies to the officers during their arraignment Monday morning.
A Louisville spokesman said coach Rick Pitino had no comment. Pitino said last week the matter would be handled internally.

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