Former Spartan tailback Dawan Moss was sentenced to 20 days in jail Thursday on charges of drunken driving, fleeing and alluding police and resisting arrest.
But his sentence may be reduced, and he has sought counseling for his alcohol problem, his lawyer Stephan Holland said.
Moss, a co-captain last season, expects only to serve nine days in jail according to Holland.
Moss will get credit for one day already served and won't have to serve the other 10 days if he completes his one-year probation.
Moss will serve his jail time on weekends.
Holland said Moss "was calm and understood the ramifications of the sentence and handled it professionally."
Moss, who pleaded no contest to the charges, will also pay about $1,100 in fines and legal fees, Holland said.
Holland said the sentence was fair, although he said it was higher than the pre-trial recommendation.