Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett initially told a Columbus police officer he hadn't been drinking the night he was arrested for drunken driving and asked for a way out because he was the Buckeyes quarterback, according to dashboard camera video of the arrest released Thursday.

"I'm the quarterback at Ohio State," Barrett said after he was arrested Oct. 31 following a series of tests for impaired driving. The officer is heard telling Barrett he'd been polite and cooperative.

"There's nothing you can do?" Barrett asked.

Barrett, 20, pleaded guilty Tuesday to a count of drunken driving and was sentenced to a three-day driver-intervention program to be completed by Feb. 15. He also was fined $400 and had his license suspended for six months.

Barrett apologized in the courtroom to his family and Ohio State fans: "I'm just truly sorry."

Texas A&M suing over 12th Man

Texas A&M filed a lawsuit against the NFL's Indianapolis Colts for what it believes to be an infringement of the school's "12th Man" trademark.

In a statement, A&M President Michael K. Young said: "Texas A&M University is the Home of the 12th Man, which has brought our fan base national renown. We would prefer not to file lawsuits to protect our trademarks. However, when our intellectual property, especially the 12th Man mark which is so important to our students and former students, is used without our permission after repeated attempts to engage on the matter, we are left with no choice."


• Wisconsin running back Corey Clement cut his hand after getting involved in an argument at his off-campus apartment building. Clement attended practice on Wednesday but did not take part as planned as he rehabs from sports hernia surgery.

• TCU star wide receiver Josh Doctson could still play Saturday against Kansas, and his season is not over because of a left wrist injury. The school said that coach Gary Patterson's comments about Doctson during a radio interview were misinterpreted.

• Notre Dame running back C.J. Prosise took part in practice Thursday in his return from a concussion but hasn't been cleared to play against Wake Forest on Saturday. … The Demon Deacons, meanwhile, said starting defensive tackle Josh Banks has been suspended for the final three games of the season for violating unspecified team rules.

• Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher has named Everett Golson his starting quarterback for Saturday's game against North Carolina State. Golson was benched last week against Clemson.

• Nebraska defensive tackle Kevin Williams has been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA because of his injury issues