HONOLULU (AP) - University of Hawaii punter Alex Dunnachie must pay $200 and attend classes as part of his sentence for drunken driving.
Dunnachie pleaded no contest earlier this month to drunk driving and was suspended for an indefinite number of games.
At sentencing Friday, a judge ordered him to take alcohol assessment and driver's education classes. The Honolulu Star-
Advertiser reported that his license has been revoked for a year. Dunnachie will receive a permit to drive a car with an ignition lock that prevents a vehicle from starting if the driver's blood-alcohol is .02 percent or higher.