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Michigan transfer commit, Logan Tuley-Tillman sentenced to probation

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The former Michigan Wolverines offensive tackle was sentenced to two years probation on Monday.

Logan Tuley-Tillman, who in January committed to play football at Washington State after he graduates from the University of Michigan this upcoming May, was sentenced to two years probation on Monday.

In February he pleaded guilty to filming a 19-year old woman and himself having sex while drunk in September. He used the other woman's phone to record the two and afterwards sent it to himself but deleted it off of her phone. The woman was able to find the 15-second video on her computer that was synced to her phone.

Shortly after the event in September, he spoke with Police and was later released from the Michigan football team. He was then a part of a recruiting weekend in Pullman in January and followed the weekend up with a tweet announcing his commitment to the Cougars. Since the tweet he has continued to explore his options and has visited other schools.

According to a report by Mlive.com, on Monday he was sentenced to two years of probation under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act. The Act allows the youth who have committed a crime to keep the crime off of their record as long as they complete their sentencing.

As part of his probation he is not allowed to "purchase, possess or use sexually stimulating material and will not be allowed to use alcohol or be in places where it is served." He must also complete a sex-offender treatment program as well as substance testing if needed.

Washtenaw County Judge David Swartz, who sentenced Tuley-Tillman on Monday said in court Monday that Tuley-Tillman is "allowed to follow normal guidelines to travel or transfer his probation to a different community" according to mlive.com.

Football:

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Track and Field:

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