[Undefeated University of Cincinati Quaterback Zach] Collaros was 20 when he was cited for presenting a fake ID to get into a bar near the main campus. Completing the diversionary program, ordered Oct. 5, would allow him to have the case dismissed and the record sealed. Otherwise, he could face as many as 180 days in jail.
Bouchard told Collaros, now 21, that skipping the program isn’t like “blowing off a math class” and that he needs to grow up.
Bouchard said afterward that he expected Collaros to quickly take the first step in the program – an interview about life history and any issues with substance abuse. A defendant also must pay $200 and attend an eight-hour class on underage drinking. (ESPN)