Michigan State Football Madness Ends: One in Jail, One on Probation

It started with a fight over a girl, moved onto bar brawling and then an incident at a frat pot luck. It equals one member of the Spartan football team going back to jail (he actually served time last year for another assault) and another player is on probation forever.

Former Michigan State running back Glenn Winston was sentenced to six months in jail and one year of probation Monday for his role in a November fight at a campus residence hall. Winston pleaded guilty last month to misdemeanor assault and battery and misdemeanor conspiracy to commit assault and battery. He also pleaded guilty to violating his parole, as he served four months in jail last year for another assault conviction.

The sentence handed down Monday will allow Winston to be released to attend school. Current Michigan State wide receiver Myles White was sentenced Monday to 18 months probation and 150 hours of community service for his involvement in the Nov. 22 incident at Rather Hall. White pleaded guilty last month to misdemeanor assault, while a charge of conspiracy was dropped against him.

Michigan State Spartans’ Glenn Winston sentenced to 6 months in jail – ESPN

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