I seem to remember another coach splitting up suspensions so they weren't all for the same game. Yet this is an issue because ...there's suspicion but no evidence of anything...that wouldn't violate any rules even if it were true. Let's go back to allowing players who threaten to kill their girlfriends. Or ignoring players who get to live in luxury $200 hotels for $19 a night. Or Cam. Or suspending Garcia from "practice" five times and considering that a punishment. Get over yourselves.
Asked today on the SEC teleconference about talk that Georgia might have delayed the suspensions of three tailbacks until after last week’s all-important Florida game, Mark Richt made it clear that that was not the case:
“People who make comments who don’t know probably shouldn’t, quite frankly, because they don’t know. I’d be able to prove 100% that they’re wrong, but I’m not going to spend the time doing that. The bottom line is we have rules and we follow them to the T. We’ve got the utmost integrity in how we go about our business. That’s how we’ve tried to build this program since the day I got here and we’re not going to change for any reason.”
Isaiah Crowell, Ken Malcome and Carlton Thomas will all miss Saturday’s game with New Mexico State after reportedly failing a drug test last week.