Florida's Cody Larson avoids jail time

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida forward Cody Larson won't serve jail time for his probation violation.
Judge John Schlimgen in Sioux Falls, S.D., gave Larson two additional years of probation Friday and reinstated his 120-day suspended sentence. Larson also must talk to four high school basketball teams in Sioux Falls about his positive and negative experiences as a college athlete.

Larson reached a plea deal last month on a misdemeanor trespass charge stemming from an incident in April when he was charged with trying to break into a car in St. Augustine.

In 2010, he received a suspended sentence and probation in South Dakota on a misdemeanor drug charge for allegedly sharing prescription medication with a high school teammate.

Florida coach Billy Donovan suspended Larson following his arrest in April.