Michigan football player Demetrius Cooper will be tested every morning after violating his bond.
According to reports, the fifth-year senior defensive end will undergo a daily alcohol test after violating a previous bond agreement by possessing alcohol last month.
In a hearing in 54-B District Court on Tuesday, Cooper was ordered to submit to daily alcohol tests and produce a test log weekly by Judge Richard Ball. His previous bond agreement had called for him to submit to random, biweekly breath tests.
If Cooper abides by his new bond conditions between now and November, his misdemeanor charge will be reduced to littering.
Cooper, a projected starter for the Spartans, has not participated in spring practice or the spring game while he recovers from a minor procedure on his knee.