Michigan center, and heir to Taylor Lewan's scumbag throne, Graham Glasgow was suspended in March for portions of spring practice and the Appalachian State rematch for getting picked up for suspicion of driving under the influence.
If the police report of the incident is to be believed, the suspicion was well founded. From Freep.com:
According to the police report, which was obtained through a public-records request, Glasgow was driving his white Chevrolet Suburban at 8:39 p.m. near William and State streets in Ann Arbor. At least seven other passengers were in the car — or almost in the car.
Ann Arbor police officer Patrick Maguire observed that [Michigan volleyball player Lexi] Dannemiller “was hanging from inside the vehicle such that her waist and everything above was outside the vehicle.” He also noted in the report that she was “screaming at pedestrians.” The vehicle’s rear tailgate was open, and items were “partially falling” from the car as it was moving, the report states.
Seems like quite the scene caused by a guy who seemingly didn't have a care in the world. But the 6'6" 300+ lbs Graham had a solid explanation for the incident:
Maguire smelled “an overwhelming odor of intoxicants coming from the driver,” he wrote. Glasgow allegedly could not concentrate when retrieving the items Maguire asked for and was distracted and fumbling. When asked how much he had to drink, Glasgow said he had had five beers at his home and had been drinking since 3 p.m.
Graham would go onto fail his sobriety test. But hey, if he had actually only had five beers since 3 p.m. and did that bad on the sobriety test, maybe that goes a long way in explaining Michigan's offensive line's performance last year.
Graham has a pretrial hearing on the matter scheduled in 12 days.