MSU safety Mark Meyers pleads guilty to impaired driving

Michigan State Spartans safety Mark Meyers pleaded guilty to an impaired driving charge from back on September 6. Joe Rexrode of the Detroit Free Press reported the update.

A junior from Toledo, Meyers was arrested on that date for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He will be sentenced on October 21st.

Meyers has also been on indefinite suspension since his arrest, and there has been no word on whether or not he will be reinstated now that his case appears to be settled, save for sentencing. Michigan State has gone 4-0 this season and is No. 2 in the rankings, all without Meyers, but also ranks 83rd in total defense.

Considering how Meyers could add some experience to the secondary, though he only has 15 tackles and a forced fumble in his time in East Lansing, he could definitely be something of an improvement over freshmen Grayson Miller and Khari Willis despite his experience coming from time on special teams, primarily.

But for now, Meyers remains suspended until coach Mark Dantonio says otherwise. Regardless, Campus Sports will update this story as any new information becomes public.

Michigan State takes on Purdue at home on Saturday. Kickoff is at 12 p.m. ET on ESPN2.

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