A tight end for No. 23 Michigan has been suspended for one game following his arrest Sunday on a drunken driving charge.
Oxford police in southwestern Ohio pulled over 19-year-old A.J. Williams just after 2 a.m. Sunday for failing to yield the right of way at a stop sign.
The arresting officer wrote in a police report that Williams was driving under the influence.
Williams was released soon after his arrest.
Reached by phone on his way to class Tuesday, Williams declined to comment.
Wolverines coach Brady Hoke announced Williams' suspension Monday, saying it's disappointing when a player makes a poor decision.
Williams, of Cincinnati, started the last four games. He's used mainly as a blocking tight end, and hasn't caught a pass in his two-year career.