Georgia's Richt won't say whether Rambo, Ogletree will play Saturday against Buffalo

Tuesday, Aug 28, 2012 6:34 PM
Last updated 8:24 PM
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ATHENS, Ga. — Mark Richt still isn’t saying whether linebacker Alec Ogletree and safety Bacarri Rambo will be suspended when No. 6 Georgia opens its season Saturday against Buffalo.

When asked Tuesday what he expected Saturday from the two defensive leaders, Richt smiled and said “Time will tell.”

Rambo led the Southeastern Conference with eight interceptions last season. His high school coach said in March that Rambo failed a drug test after he inadvertently ate marijuana-laced brownies.

Ogletree reportedly faces a suspension for violation of team rules.

Rambo and Ogletree are listed as starters on Georgia’s depth chart.

Athletic director Greg McGarity said Tuesday that Richt and other coaches must announce disciplinary measures only when players have been arrested. When players break team or university rules, McGarity says the coach decides whether discipline is announced.

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lifelongresident
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lifelongresident 08/29/12 - 07:59 am
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problems like this are to be
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problems like this are to be expected when your recruiting territories are jails and prisons..

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Just My Opinion 08/29/12 - 11:54 am
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Only reason Richt isn't

Only reason Richt isn't giving a bunch of info is because McGarity is telling him to stop divulging everything! Why give opponents all the info when you don't have to and it'd give your opponent an advantage? These guys WILL be suspended, but only the UGA guys know for how long...and they're keeping their mouths shut!

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