Ohio State Football Player Clarke Pleads Not Guilty To Drunken-Driving Charges


An attorney representing Ohio State cornerback Dominic Clarke issued a plea on his behalf of not guilty for drunken-driving charges on Thursday.

Campus police arrested Clarke on Saturday after he allegedly drove past a stop sign.

Clark faces four charges in relation to the arrest, 10TV News reported.

According to court records, Clarke was also cited for speeding.

In October, Clarke was charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly fired a BB gun from a campus building.  He was suspended for one game.

Clarke, a redshirt sophomore from Frederick, Md., played in 12 games for Ohio State in 2011.  According to the Ohio State athletic Web site, Clarke majors in criminology.

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