ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (AP) -Kentucky quarterback Curtis Pulley has pleaded guilty to a speeding charge in Elizabethtown stemming from a traffic stop last week.
Pulley was arrested by state police in Hardin County on July 22 and charged with speeding, driving on a suspended or revoked license and having expired or no plates or registration papers.
Pulley pleaded guilty to the speeding charge in district court on Wednesday. The driving on a suspended or revoked license charge was dismissed. The registration charge was set for disposition on Aug. 22.
The arrest was Pulley's second run-in with police in as many months. He was cited for marijuana possession in Louisville in June.
Kentucky coach Rich Brooks has declined to comment on Pulley's arrest. Pulley was expected to compete with Mike Hartline for the starting job when preseason practice opens next week.

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