Michigan's Malzone enters plea to disorderly conduct charge

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Michigan quarterback Alex Malzone has admitted responsibility to a disorderly conduct charge stemming from late April.

Malzone's plea came Tuesday, according to 15th Judicial District records in Michigan, and he was ordered to pay $175 in fines and costs. He also faced a misdemeanor altered-driver-license charge, but there was no plea listed for that one. That alleged offense occurred April 26, the same date as the disorderly conduct.

Malzone signed with Michigan before last season but did not play at all for the Wolverines in 2015.

A message was left for a defense attorney listed for Malzone.

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