Virginia Tech kicker Cody Journell pleaded guilty to one count of interfering with the property of another in court Monday.
Journell willl have to serve one year of probation. All jail time for Journell was suspended.
"Yeah just glad it's over, glad it's over," Journell said after court Monday. When asked if he learned anything from this experience, Journell replied "Yeah, definetly. One slip up, one mistake and you see where it can take your life. But I'm just glad to have a second chance to redeem myself."
He has also been ordered to stay away from Dorenzo Hudson, a former Virginia Tech basketball player.
Journell and two other men were accused of breaking into a home where Hudson and another man were staying.
Journell had friends and family with him as he walked inside the Montgomery County Courthouse Monday afternoon.
Last year's all ACC pick, originally from Giles County, pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor charge of "entering the property of another" or trespassing.
The initial felony charge of breaking and entering was dropped.
On December 22, police say Journell and two other men knocked on the door of Virginia Tech basketball player Dorenzo Hudson.
Hudson opened the door and police say the three men rushed in.
They pulled out what looked a real gun from a pizza box, turned out to be an air pistol.
Police say they were looking for stolen marijuana.
Journell's official sentence is 365 days in jail, 355 suspended, with10 days already served plus 100 hours of community service.
Whether or not Cody Journell is allowed back on the Virginia Tech football team will be up to Athletic Director Jim Weaver.
A kicker for the Virginia Tech football team is expected to take a plea deal in court Monday.
Cody Journell and two other young men are accused of breaking into the home of a Virginia Tech basketball player back in December.
Over the weekend we found out the terms of the plea deal Journell's lawyer says he'll agree to at a hearing Monday.
Journell won't go to prison.
Instead he'll have to do 100 hours of community service.
It's not clear if the other men who have been charged reached similar deals or not.
Journell has been suspended from the football team indefinitely.