Michigan offensive lineman Graham Glasgow appeared in an Ann Arbor court and had his drunken-driving arraignment/pretrial hearing adjourned today.

The center, who was pulled over and ticketed for operating a vehicle while intoxicated March 16, now will face the misdemeanor charge at 9 a.m. June 16.

Glasgow, 21, stood mute as his attorney, John Shea, asked 15th District Judge Joseph Burke for the two-week adjournment due to a "housekeeping matter."

Outside the courtroom, Shea said, "It's something to take care of before we go to the next step of the case. Nothing momentous."

In releasing Glasgow on a $1,000 personal-recognizance bond, Burke was direct. He told Glasgow, a native of Illinois, that he can't leave the state without the court's permission and he can't consume alcohol nor drugs.