Quarterback Marcus Vick Pleads No Contest

Suspended Virginia Tech (search) quarterback Marcus Vick (search) pleaded no contest Monday to one misdemeanor count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor stemming from a night of drinking with underage girls.

Vick, younger brother of Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick, received a suspended 30-day jail sentence, was fined $100 and ordered to perform 24 hours of community service. Vick entered his plea before Montgomery County Circuit Judge Robert Turk.

The charge stemmed from an encounter Vick and two teammates — Mike Imoh and Brenden Hill — had with 14- and 15-year-old girls at Vick's apartment during the winter.

In a separate court appearance last month, Vick pleaded guilty to reckless driving and no contest to marijuana possession related to a traffic stop in New Kent County earlier this summer.

As part of a plea agreement in that case, Vick was placed in a drug offender program (search) that will require him to perform 24 hours of community service, undergo drug counseling and random drug tests, and give up his driver's license for six months.

Tech suspended Vick this season. School officials said he would be able to be readmitted after successful completion of a drug education and counseling program. If he has any further criminal, athletic or university violations, Vick would be permanently dismissed.