MOUNT GILEAD, Ohio -- Former Ohio State star running back Maurice Clarett has admitted he drove under the influence.
Clarett pleaded guilty under a deal with prosecutors and received a suspended sentenced of 60 days in jail Monday.
Court records show that all but three of those days were suspended. Clarett must serve two years of probation and undergo a driver intervention program. His driver's license has been suspended for 180 days.
Clarett's attorney didn't immediately return a call seeking comment Wednesday.
Clarett was traveling on Interstate 71 in Morrow County on Jan. 3. A fellow motorist followed him for about 20 minutes and reported seeing him driving erratically.
Clarett was released from probation in February 2015 after a 2006 conviction on robbery and gun charges.
He started at Ohio State for one season. Clarett rushed for a team freshman record 1,237 yards and scored 18 touchdowns to help OSU to a 14-0 record and the 2002 BCS Championship.