Michigan offensive lineman Graham Glasgow's pre-trial hearing has been pushed back to next month according to court records.
Glasgow, who was originally scheduled in Ann Arbor's 15th District court on May 19 stemming from a March arrest for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, will have his hearing date pushed back to June 2 per the defendant's request.
Glasgow was suspended briefly during the spring and will miss the season opener against Appalachian State by Michigan coach Brady Hoke for a 'violation of team expectations' shortly after the arrest.
Former Michigan offensive lineman and 11th overall selection by the Tennessee Titans in the NFL Draft Taylor Lewan is still expected in court on Monday for arraignment and pre-trial hearings on one count of aggravated assault and two counts of assault and battery stemming from a Dec. 2013 incident that took place after the Michigan-Ohio State game in Ann Arbor. His hearing will be heard by Ann Arbor judge Elizabeth Hines.
Lewan has told reporters that no punches were thrown by him.