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UGA not the only program taking a hard line on discipline

  • 12:19 pm Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 by Chip Towers

By now I’m sure you probably saw where Clemson announced the suspension of four players for the Georgia game on Aug. 30 at Sanford Stadium. Three of them are Georgia natives — guard David Beasley, defensive back Garry Peters and defensive end Corey Crawford — plus offensive tackle Shaq Anthony. They’re all significant players.

That’s a nice change for the Bulldogs, who have been mocked before by certain SEC coaches for almost always having multiple players suspended early in the season. Knock on wood somewhere, but at the moment Georgia will be missing only wide receiver Justin Scott-Wesley for [More]

Richt on dismissing Harvey-Clemons: ‘Everybody needs to abide by rules’

  • 2:49 pm Thursday, February 20th, 2014 by Chip Towers

ATHENS –  Georgia coach Mark Richt did not issue any sort of statement or even a comment when the Bulldogs’ issued a two-sentence release earlier this week announcing that starting safety Josh Harvey-Clemons had been dismissed from the team. UGA’s football boss had little of substance to add when he talked to reporters on a teleconference call on Thursday. What he did say came only after some prodding.

“The only thing I’ll say about that is I want to wish him well,” Richt said at first.

“Is that all?” he was asked again.

“Yeah. I hope he finds a good home and finishes [More]

Harvey-Clemons just the latest to fall short of UGA’s disciplinary requirements

  • 12:18 pm Wednesday, February 19th, 2014 by Chip Towers

ATHENS – Josh Harvey-Clemons is no longer a Georgia Bulldog. The former 5-star signee was dismissed by coach Mark Richt on Tuesday for a team rules violation.

It was at least the third strike from a disciplinary standpoint for the sophomore safety. Harvey-Clemons was in the midst of a four-game suspension for second violation of athletic association’s drug guidelines, the AJC confirmed last month. Georgia, as is its policy, has not specified what happened to precipitate this latest action.

As for his dismissal, one would think that places Harvey-Clemons in exclusive company. But it does not.

By my count, that’s more than [More]