Florida State wide receiver Rod Owens has resolved his DUI case and will receive the minimum penalty under a first time offender.
His attorney Don Pumphrey, Jr. told Eyewitness News that Owens pled no contest Wednesday stemming from his DUI arrest in April.
Owens penalty includes six months probation, community service, and a revocation of his drivers license among others. He will also join Pumphrey in various speaking engagements, encouraging kids not to drink and drive.
No word yet as to whether Florida State will suspend the fifth-year senior for any games this upcoming season or when they will reinstate him back to the team.
This past season, Owens had 15 catches for 183 yards