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Former Tennessee offensive lineman Mack Crowder has been sentenced to two months in jail according to reports from The Tennessean’s  Lynda J. Edwards. He was charged with soliciting sex online with someone he thought was a 14-year old, but who turned out to be a Florida law enforcement officer.

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Crowder pleaded guilty on Friday to unlawful use of a communication device and was ordered to spend three years on probation. He faced five charges when he was arrested eight months ago, four of which were for sending nude photos to someone police said he thought was a minor.

His charges have since been reduced when he was originally arrested in February. Kendall Davidson, executive assistant state attorney in Florida says that Crowder will not need to register as a sex offender.

[h/t SEC Country]

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