Michigan junior offensive lineman Graham Glasgow was sentenced Monday to probation, fines and community service on a drunken-driving charge stemming from a March 15th arrest.

Standing before 15th District Court Judge Joseph F. Burke, Glasogow offered an apology and said, "I made a mistake," adding that he "let a lot of people down."

Burke sentenced Glasgow to probation, six days of community service and fines of nearly $800. He's forbidden to consume alcohol, required to attend alcohol education classes, speak to the Mothers Against Drunk Driving Victim Impact Panel and submit to random drug and alcohol tests.

Glasgow, who could have faced a penalty of up to 93 days in prison and a $350 fine, was represented by attorney John Shea. Both declined comment when exiting the courtroom Monday.

On June 16, Glasgow had pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of operating a vehicle while visibly impaired. At that time, he admitted consuming 10 to 12 beers on March 15. He told the court he began drinking at around 4 p.m., then took a nap for about an hour and a half before driving from his Ann Arbor home to downtown Ann Arbor to get pizza.