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Will They Or Won’t They? UGA Player’s Tweet Raises Questions About Who’ll Play Saturday

Before the season even kicked off, it was reported far and wide — though never confirmed officially — that Georgia would be without the services of starting safety Bacarri Rambo and starting linebacker Alec Ogletree for the first four games of the year due to suspensions.

With four games now in the books, most expect Rambo and Ogletree to be back in action when Tennessee visits Athens for a CBS affair on Saturday.  Mark Richt is keeping mum in an attempt to keep the Vol coaching staff guessing, apparently.  But Chip Towers of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution felt strongly enough about the return of the duo to write the following yesterday afternoon:


“While no one is still coming right out and saying as much, we know from outside testimony, school policies, indirect hints and good old-fashioned horse sense that star linebacker Alec Ogletree and All-American free safety Bacarri Rambo are returning from four-game suspensions this week.”


Perhaps Towers feels comfortable writing that because Alec Ogletree’s twin brother — UGA fullback Alexander Ogletree — tweeted last Saturday that his brother and Rambo would be back and “on a mission” starting with practice this past Monday.

But just to keep things interesting, Rambo used his own Twitter account yesterday to muddy the water once more:









So will Rambo and Ogletree play or won’t they?  In the words of the Magic 8-Ball, “All signs point to yes.”

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UGA’s Rambo Suspended Four Games For Second Drug Issue

Georgia safety Bacarri Rambo was suspended from the Bulldogs’ season-opener against Boise State last fall.  Now there’s new word on the suspension he’s been handed for this fall.

The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reports that Rambo will be given a four-game punishment “as a result of a second violation of the UGA athletics department’s official” drug policy.

His high school coach has confirmed the situation saying, “He’s real down about it.”

Down, huh?  Well, that’s usually what happens right after a high.

(Rimshot.)  I’ll be here all week!

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SEC Headlines – 11/11/10 Part Three

1.  Florida has unveiled its 2011 football schedule.

2.  Urban Meyer says that he and Steve Spurrier are “fairly good friends now.”

3.  Florida’s defense will be facing the SEC’s best third-down offense on Saturday. 

4.  Billy Donovan’s team has experience, but it will need to manage high expectations.

5.  Georgia safety Bacarri Rambo doesn’t remember his game-saving hit against Auburn last year.  (Because the hit knocked him out cold.)

6.  The Bulldogs will have to contain Cam Newton if they’re to win on Saturday.  (Well, that or scare every time they touch the ball.)

7.  Mike Hartline has proved this year that he deserved Kentucky’s starting quarterback spot after all.

8.  Derrick Locke says he is going to play this weekend against Vandy.

9.  John Calipari is “jacked” to have signed yet another #1 recruiting class.

10.  Steve Spurrier is trying to downplay Saturday’s game with Florida… but Stephen Garcia says it’s the biggest game in the history of the Carolina program.

11.  This writer believes USC can change its history with a win in Gainesville.

12.  Carolina’s basketball team has “a Lowcountry flavor.”  Sort of like shrimp and grits?  I’m in.

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