Former University of Colorado offensive lineman Alex Lewis on Friday pled guilty to third-degree assault in a case stemming from an altercation on Boulder's University Hill neighborhood in May.
Lewis, 21, pled guilty to the Class 1 misdemeanor in exchange for four other charges against him--including two felony counts of second-degree assault--being dropped, according to prosecutors with the Boulder District Attorney's Office.
Boulder police arrested Lewis and CU quarterback Jordan Webb in the early-morning hours of May 11 after witnesses said the men were involved in a fight on the Hill that left an Air Force cadet Lee Bussey, 22, unconscious.
Webb -- who originally was charged with second-degree assault -- took a plea deal in September, also pleading guilty to third-degree assault. He was sentenced to two years of probation and 20 days on a work crew.
It is unclear what sentence Lewis will receive, but third-degree assault in Colorado carries a presumptive sentencing range of six to 18 months in jail.