LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) - Former Purdue wide receiver Selwyn Lymon
has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a fight outside a
nightclub and a drunken driving arrest.
A Tippecanoe County judge suspended a one-year prison sentence
today and ordered Lymon to spend 90 days on house arrest and 15
months on probation. He was given credit for 66 days served.
Lymon told the judge he's very disappointed in himself.
Coach Joe Tiller dismissed Lymon from the team in November, two
days after police arrested Lymon on the drunken driving charge
hours after Purdue's season-ending loss to Indiana.
Lymon, who was recruited from Fort Wayne Harding, had 40 catches
for 450 yards and two touchdowns last season as a junior. He has
filed for early entry in this year's NFL draft
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