Michigan wide receiver Darryl Stonum was sentenced to two years' probation Friday for operating a vehicle while visibly impaired.
It's the second drunken driving offense for Stonum, who was given a suspended sentence that could put him in jail for a year if he violates the terms of his probation. He was indefinitely suspended from the team following his arrest last month, and his status hasn't changed.
More on Stonum from the Detroit Free Press:
Also included in his sentence: $1,130 in fines and costs, $720 in probation-oversight fees and a $100 Ann Arbor Police recovery fee; a substance-abuse assessment in the next seven days; mandatory treatment; daily breathalyzers and an alcohol-monitoring device. He also has to attend a MADD victims panel, be subject to random home visits by probation and police officers and be subject to one to three random drug screenings per week. He cannot drive for 90 days.
The Wolverines' No. 2 receiver in 2010 also was ticketed Thursday for driving on a suspended license and will be arraigned June 23.
Stonum's future with Michigan remains unclear, although he clearly can't afford any more slip-ups from here on out.