University of Michigan junior-to-be wide receiver Grant Perry (pictured) pleaded guilty to one count of resisting a police officer in Ingham County Circuit Court on Wednesday.  He also pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault and battery charge.

This stems from a incident outside an East Lansing bar back in October where a woman accused Perry of sexually assaulting her.  Perry, however, had two criminal sexual conduct charges against him dropped and an alcohol charge dropped as well.

Perry's sentencing on the felony charge is in August.  He was suspended by head coach Jim Harbaugh after the incident last fall and did not play in the Orange Bowl loss to Florida State, but he ended up playing in 10 games in the 2016 season.

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