Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Dawgageddon: Caleb King suspended for two games

The Georgia Bulldogs have suspended tailback Caleb King two games after his arrest for failing to appear in court over a traffic charge. Mark Richt obviously wasn't pleased about the incident.

“I expect all our players to take care of their responsibilities on and off the field,” Richt said in a statement. “When players don’t do that it damages the reputation of the player, our team and our university. My goal is for Caleb to learn a lesson and for other players to learn from his experience.”

King will be the next two games against Vanderbilt and Kentucky. In an ordinary season, this wouldn't be an issue. But in a year where Georgia has lost against teams like Mississippi State and Colorado, losing King could be a huge blow for the Dawgs' chances for two victories against before the annual meet-down/beat-down against Florida.

(via Athens Banner-Herald)

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