Maurice Clarett receives 2 years of probation

Former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett is in trouble once again. Clarrett has admitted to driving under the influence. Back in January, Clarret was driving in Morrow County where he was pulled over for diving erratically. He was then taken in for DUI.

After striking up a deal with prosecutors, Clarett plead guilty and received a suspended 60-day jail sentence.

Records show that all but three of those days were suspended and now Clarett is facing two years of probation, along with having his license revoked for 180 days. He must also complete a driver intervention program.

Back in February of 2015, Clarett was released from probation after a 2006 conviction on robbery and gun charges.

Clarett may best remembered for his lone year at Ohio State where he lead the Buckeyes to a National Championship.

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