ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - Michigan wide receiver LaTerryal Savoy has been reinstated to the team after being acquitted of an indecent exposure charge, coach Lloyd Carr said Monday.
``He's back on the team,'' Carr said during his weekly press conference without elaborating.
Savoy, 21, of Mamou, La., had been accused of exposing himself in July to a woman inside Michigan Stadium. The misdemeanor charge carries up to one year in jail. The 21-year-old woman was an athletic trainer working at a summer baseball camp, according to a report in the Detroit Free Press.
Defense lawyer Nicholas Roumel told The Ann Arbor News the jury in Ann Arbor's 15th District Court took about 30 minutes to reach a verdict Friday.
``I think it says two things,'' Roumel said. ``The evidence was simply not there. And it also says a lot about LaTerryal, that he is not the type of person who would ever do the type of crime that he was accused of.''

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