Thursday, March 29, 2012

Georgia reportedly suspends Ogletree and Rambo for start of season.

Here's some news that will have Georgia fans worrying all spring and summer long. Bulldog starting linebacker Alec Ogletree and starting safety Bacarri Rambo have reportedly been suspended for the first two-four games of the 2012 season. The ever-ambiguous "violation of team rules" was given for the reason.

Reached Wednesday night by the Athens Banner-Herald, athletic director Greg McGarity said he could not confirm the report and would not comment. Senior associate athletic director Claude Felton, in New Orleans for the NCAA tournament, said by e-mail late Wednesday night that he did not have any information regarding the reported suspensions.

Georgia already will play the Sept. 1 season-opener against Buffalo and the Sept. 8 SEC-opener at Missouri without cornerback Sanders Commings, who is suspended for two games after a domestic violence arrest in January.

There is no word for the reason behind the suspensions, or exactly what those "team rules" Ogletree and Rambo reportedly violated are.

(via The Athens Banner-Herald)

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