Found September 07, 2012 on
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Georgia S Bacarri Rambo and LB Alec Ogletree will miss Saturday’s game against SEC newcomer Missouri. The Macon Telegraph reports that neither Rambo nor Ogletree were on the plane to Columbus, Missouri.
Allegedly Rambo, an All-American in 2011, is serving a suspension for failing a drug test during Spring break after eating a pot brownie. Ogletree is serving a suspension for failing his second drug test. Both players were suspended for the season opener against Buffalo as well.
The Bulldogs will also be without CB Sanders Commings and OL Chase Vasser. Both players are serving two-game suspensions for offseason arrests.
This game is the SEC opener for Georgia and is the first ever SEC Conference game for new SEC member Missouri. With the Defense missing four starters will the Bulldogs hand the Tigers their first SEC win or loss. Before the news that Rambo and Ogletree won’t be playing on Saturday Georgia was only a 3 point favorite.
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Georgia will be without starters Alec Ogletree and Bacarri Rambo when the Bulldogs play Missouri on Saturday at Faurot Field, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
Ogletree and Rambo did not travel with the team to Columbia., Mo., on Friday night. Neither Ogletree, a linebacker, nor Rambo, an All-American free safety, played in last week's opening victory against Buffalo...
There had been a lot of hype building up to this game as it was Missouri's first ever SEC game and one of the premier college football match-ups of the week. Early on there were a lot of miscues on both sides. Missouri botched a snap on their first drive for a loss of 24 and Georgia fumbled on their first play of the game (but recovered). There were six punts in the first quarter...
Logan Gray recently sat down for an interview and laid all his cards on the table about his experience at Georgia, here is just a part of what he had to say: Q: What was your experience at Georgia like? Did you leave there on good terms? A: I don’t know if I left on the best of terms. I just wanted to hold up my end of the contract. They paid for four years of my school and I...
No one was more relieved than Sanders Commings when Georgia got through its first two games unscathed.
Now, he's ready to start doing his part.
Commings, a versatile player who can start at either cornerback or safety, has completed a two-game suspension after being charged during the offseason with domestic violence. He is eager to get back on the field for the seventh-ranked...
With the political conventions over, it’s time for everyone’s favorite party to take center stage: Football America! Today, the best of both worlds…NCAA and NFL football both continue to draw great numbers of fans to television screens and stadiums (except last week at Maryland, where only 31,000 – they say – fans cheered the mighty Terps onto a 7-6 win over Bill and Mary...
Those of you who don’t live in SEC country or have never spent time in SEC country after Labor Day just don’t understand how miserable certain news can make a little boy. Take Little Vols kid. His mother just learned that Little Vols will be playing flag football on the red team, not the orange team. She does what all good parents should do and drops the news while a video is...
COLUMBIA, MO - Mark Richt meets with reporters after Georgia's 41-20 win over Missouri.
COLUMBIA, MO. - Jarvis Jones after the Bulldogs' 41-20 win over Missouri.
On Saturday (6:45 P.M., ESPN2) the #7 Georgia Bulldogs (1-0) will invade Faurot Field to take on the Missouri Tigers (1-0) in Missouri’s first-ever SEC Conference game. ShowMeMizzou.com previews the Tigers opponent in detail.
On Saturday night, the #7 Georgia Bulldogs (2-0, 1-0) defeated the Missouri Tigers (1-1, 0-1) by the final score of 41-20 as the first SEC by the Tigers gets away from them in the 4th quarter.