Two More Mich. State Players Plead Guilty

Two More Mich. State Players Plead Guilty

Published January 29, 2010

EAST LANSING, Mich.– Two more Michigan State football players have pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and battery charges stemming from a Nov. 22 campus fight.

Receivers B.J. Cunningham and Mark Dell entered the pleas in district court Wednesday. Conspiracy charges against both players were dropped.

Both are scheduled for sentencing March 8. An assault charge could bring up to 93 days in jail.

Cunningham and Dell are among 11 current or former Spartans facing assault charges from the fight with members of a campus fraternity.

Running back Ashton Leggett pleaded guilty to two counts of assault earlier this month. He's transferring from Michigan State to Illinois State.

Written by <P>The Associated Press </P>


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