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Michigan State football: Khary Crump on 1 year probation for Michigan Stadium tunnel fight

Michigan State football defensive back Khary Crump finalized a plea deal Tuesday that lowered his charges for his role in the fight at the Michigan Stadium tunnel to misdemeanor counts of assault/battery and disorderly conduct person-jostling.

Judge Miriam Perry of the 15th District Court sentenced Crump, 21, to 12 hours of probation and 80 hours of community service. He was captured on video swinging his helmet at Michigan football player Gemon Green, following the Spartans’ loss to the Wolverines on Oct. 29 in Ann Arbor inside the tunnel.

The agreement also included Crump writing a letter of apology to Green, his attorney Mike Nichols told the Free Press in December.