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.

NCAAB Headlines

Advertisement

NCAAB Top Stories

Thumbnail Wisconsin vs. Marquette Prediction Will No. 17 Wisconsin have any trouble with unranked Marquette this afternoon when the teams meet at BMO Harris Bradley Center at 2:00PM ET?
Thumbnail Nebraska vs. Kansas Prediction Should No. 3 Kansas have any trouble when it plays host to Nebraska today at 3:15PM ET?
Thumbnail Villanova vs. Notre Dame Prediction Will No. 23 Notre Dame pull off the upset today when it takes on No. 1 Villanova at 12:00PM ET in the Never Forget Tribute Classic?
Thumbnail Xavier vs. Colorado Prediction The Colorado Buffaloes have been a tough home team but can they hang with No. 13 Xavier tonight at 8:00PM ET in Boulder?
Thumbnail Creighton vs. Nebraska Prediction Will Nebraska give No. 10 Creighton a game tonight when the two non-conference teams clash at 8:00PM ET?

NCAAB Team Pages