Former Ducks assistant coach pleads no contest to DUII and other charges
EUGENE, Ore. – The Ducks’ former assistant football coach David Reaves pleaded no contest to DUII, careless driving and refusal of a breath test in court Monday morning, according to the Oregonian/Oregon Live.
The 38-year-old resigned from the team on February 3 after he was arrested during a traffic stop in downtown Eugene on January 22.
He will now enter a court ordered diversion program.
The Ducks hired Reaves as a co-offensive coordinator on January 17 on a $300,000 a year contract.