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PLAYERS: Josh Harvey-Clemons
The Georgia Bulldogs will be without projected starting safety Joshua Harvey-Clemons in the August 31st season opener against the Clemson Tigers, as the sophomore was handed a one-game suspension due to the violation of team rules stemming from an incident in a UGA dorm room on May 15th that involved marijuana. Harvey-Clemons, who signed with the Bulldogs as part of the “Dream Team” Class of 2012 as a 5-star athlete from Valdosta, Georgia, played in all fourteen of Georgia’s games in his freshman year but did not see any starts during that time, instead playing primarily on the special teams unit. As if Georgia did not have enough to worry about going into the first game of the season due to the loss of practically their entire starting defense from 2012, the suspension of Harvey-Clemons just adds insult to injury, as the Bulldogs will be without one of their most highly thought of prospects against arguably the best offense they will face in the regular season. In Harvey-Clemons’ ...

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