Sunday, December 19, 2010

Georgia debates letting players keep Bowl game jerseys.

One of the reasons why Gerogia's 2010 season went south so quickly this year was due A.J. Green's suspension for selling his 2009 Independence Bowl jersey for $1,000. So it comes as no surprise that UGA athletic director Greg McGarity is evaluating whether players could keep their bowl game jerseys as a gift after the game.

"In light of what’s happened in the past and in light of what’s happened at other institutions, that is something that we need to review and at this point we just haven’t discussed it administratively," McGarity said."

What's notable about this is that Georgia hasn't make the decision regarding game jerseys before now.  Even if it took until the last game of the year for the Dawgs to get to the 6-6 bowl eligibility Mendoza Line, you would have thought a decision like this would have been made by now. 

(via Athens Banner-Herald)

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