U-M football aide pleads guilty to OWI, receives 8 months probation

Minick is a retired Marine, and was hired last January shortly after Jim Harbaugh accepted the schools' head football coach position.

Minick grew up with Harbaugh in Ann Arbor.

After news of the arrest came out last month, Harbaugh released this statement:

"Jim Minick made a regrettable decision last week and was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Jim makes no excuses, regrets this decision and understands the consequences for his actions. Due to the serious nature of this event, Jim Minick has been suspended indefinitely and we ask for your understanding while we address the situation."