Nebraska football player Marquel Dismuke has cleared up his warrant a day after it was issued for missing his court date.
At a hearing Thursday, Lancaster County Judge Rodney Reuter fined Dismuke $100 and costs for driving on a suspended license.
Lincoln police pulled him over July 12 because he had no front license plate on his car. He was cited for driving on a suspended license. Dismuke was fined $150 for doing the same thing May 27.
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In September, he pleaded guilty in the new case and was ordered to return for sentencing Wednesday. When he didn't, a bench warrant was issued.
Dismuke, a junior, has started all eight games for Nebraska this fall at safety and is second on the team with 51 tackles.