Cowboys' Dove fulfills obligations from drunken-driving arrest

STILLWATER, Okla. -- Oklahoma State guard/forward Marcus Dove has been reinstated to the team following his
arrest for drunken driving, university officials said Monday.

Dove was suspended indefinitely after an arrest for driving
under the influence in July. He was charged with aggravated DUI and
is expected to enter a plea on Nov. 19.

Dove will have to pay a $500 fine, be evaluated for alcohol abuse, perform 30 hours of
community service and complete a life skills class.

"Marcus has been reinstated to the team," Cowboys coach Sean
Sutton said in a statement. "He has fulfilled all the
requirements we put before him. He is very remorseful about letting
his family, his teammates and the OSU fans down, and has certainly
learned from his mistake. We are looking forward to him having a
successful senior season."