Utah football: Utes suspend Ofahengaue, who pleads guilty to impaired driving

Utah defensive end Moana Ofahengaue plead guilty Friday morning in Salt Lake City Justice Court to driving impaired when he crashed a motorized bike and sustained a serious head injury Feb. 23 on South Campus Drive. While he sat in the courtroom, Utah announced that Ofahengaue has been suspended indefinitely. When Judge John Baxter correctly guessed that Ofahengaue was a U. football...
Via The Salt Lake Tribune - BYU
October 24, 2014

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