Oregon's Alonso pleads guilty

May, 6, 2011
5/06/11
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Oregon linebacker Kiko Alonso pleaded guilty to a criminal mischief charge and was sentenced Friday to two years' probation and 200 hours of community service.

Now it remains to be seen what Ducks coach Chip Kelly will do with his twice-arrested, twice-suspended linebacker, the projected starter in Casey Matthews vacated spot.

Alonso was arrested early last Sunday after he broke into a woman's home. He was arrested last offseason on DUI charges.

More details here, including this:
[Alonso's attorney Marc] Spence also said Alonso, who was suspended from the team last year after being arrested on drunk driving charges, has an issue with alcohol.

As one of the terms of his probation, Alonso will not be allowed to possess or consume alcohol.

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