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Topic - Brian Hardin
Notre Dame star wide receiver Michael Floyd was pulled over by campus police after he ran a stop sign and was charged with drunken driving after failing three field sobriety tests and a breathalyzer test indicated he had a blood-alcohol level more than twice the legal driving limit, court records show.
Brian Hardin, Notre Dame's director of football media relations, said Kelly would have no comment on Floyd's plea agreement and Stanley said he doesn't know Floyd's status with the team.
Kelly had no comment on Monday's hearing other than to say he remains a suspended member of the football team, said Brian Hardin, Notre Dame's director of football media relations.