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UGA Players Suspended for Violating Team Rules

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Posted: 9:41 pm March 28, 2012

Report: Georgia's Rambo and Ogletree suspended for multiple games

By Tom Fornelli | College Football Blogger

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Georgia will open the 2012 season with games against Buffalo, Missouri, Florida Atlantic and Vanderbilt. Which means the Bulldogs will have two games against SEC East foes in that opening slate, and according to reports, Georgia may have to play those games without safety Bacarri Rambo and linebacker Alec Ogletree.

Dawgpost.com is reporting that the duo will be suspended for a violation of team rules, and that the suspensions will last for at least two games, and could last as long as four games.

Both Rambo and Ogletree are important members of a Georgia offense that finished fifth nationally in points allowed last season.

Rambo was named an All-American last season after starting 13 games and picking off 8 passes. His numbers may have been even better had he not been suspended for Georgia's season opener against Boise State last season as well.

Ogletree started only 8 games for the Bulldogs last season thanks to a broken foot, but he recorded 52 tackles and forced 3 fumbles in those games.

Now, losing these two to a suspension is bad news on it's own for the Georgia defense, but remember that cornerbacks Sanders Commings and Branden Smith have also been given suspensions by Mark Richt this offseason.

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