CINCINNATI (AP) - University of Cincinnati sophomore quarterback Zach Collaros must appear before a judge to explain why he hasn't attended a court-ordered program on the negatives of underage drinking.
Collaros was cited in May with trying to use a fake ID to enter a Cincinnati bar. He admitted Oct. 5 to a charge of misrepresenting his age to obtain alcohol. He signed a statement of guilt, and was ordered to pay a $200 fine and attend the course.
The judge says Collaros must explain Thursday why he didn't contact the program.
The misdemeanor charge carries a maximum sentence of 180 days. UC spokesman Ryan Koslen declined comment Wednesday.
There was no Cincinnati telephone listing for Collaros. The No. 5 undefeated Bearcats remain in contention for a national championship.