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ANN ARBOR — Graham Glasgow, an offensive lineman on the Michigan football team, is scheduled to be arraigned next month in an Ann Arbor court on a drunk-driving charge.
Online Ann Arbor court records show that Glasgow faces a charge of operating while intoxicated, stemming from a March 15 incident, and has a 9 a.m., May 19 arraignment. The charge was filed Tuesday, according to court records.
Michigan announced Glasgow's suspension on March 20 for a "violation of team expectations." Glasgow, a redshirt junior, sat out parts of Michigan's spring practices and is suspended from the 2014 season opener Aug. 30 against Appalachian State.
Glasgow played in nine games at center and four at left guard for the Wolverines in 2013 and was expected to be Michigan's starting center this season.