Former OU wide receiver enters plea, gets probation

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Former Oklahoma wide receiver Trey Metoyer has been sentenced to eight years of probation following accusations he exposed himself to women.

Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn's office says Metoyer was convicted of indecent exposure after entering a blind plea, meaning he didn't strike a deal with prosecutors. The state had requested a prison sentence of at least three years for Metoyer but a judge gave him probation instead.

Metoyer left the Sooners football team in 2013 after being charged with indecent exposure. Authorities say he publicly exposed himself to two different women in Norman.

Metoyer started four of the 11 games he played in 2012 and played in four games in 2013.

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