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Pulley pleads guilty to speeding

ELIZABETHTOWN — Kentucky quarterback Curtis Pulley has pleaded guilty to a speeding charge in Elizabethtown stemming from a traffic stop last week.

Pulley was arrested by state police in Hardin County on July 22 and charged with speeding, driving on a suspended or revoked license and having expired or no plates or registration papers.

Pulley pleaded guilty to the speeding charge in district court on Wednesday. The driving on a suspended or revoked license charge was dismissed. The registration charge was set for disposition on Aug. 22.

The arrest was Pulley's second run-in with police in as many months. He was cited for marijuana possession in Louisville in June.

UK Coach Rich Brooks has said through a spokesman that Pulley faces disciplinary action. Pulley was expected to compete with Mike Hartline for the starting job.

Associated Press

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