SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) -- Utah State center Jarred Shaw has been sentenced to 10 days in jail after pleading guilty earlier this year to possession of a controlled substance.
The Herald Journal of Logan reports that Shaw appeared in a Logan court Monday alongside assistant coach Tarvish Felton.
Shaw, who led the 18-14 Aggies in scoring and rebounding, is a senior who played his last collegiate game last week.
Shaw was temporarily suspended following a Dec. 28 arrest when police found him with more marijuana than normal for personal use.
Shaw started his collegiate career at Oklahoma State before transferring to Utah State.
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