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Here's some news that will have Georgia fans worrying all spring and summer long. Bulldog starting linebacker Alec Ogletree and starting safety Bacarri Rambo have reportedly been suspended for the first two-four games of the 2012 season. The ever-ambiguous "violation of team rules" was given for the reason.
Reached Wednesday night by the Athens Banner-Herald, athletic
director Greg McGarity said he could not confirm the report and would
not comment. Senior associate athletic director Claude Felton, in New
Orleans for the NCAA tournament, said by e-mail late Wednesday night
that he did not have any information regarding the reported suspensions.
Georgia already will play the Sept. 1 season-opener against Buffalo
and the Sept. 8 SEC-opener at Missouri without cornerback Sanders
Commings, who is suspended for two games after a domestic violence
arrest in January.
There is no word for the reason behind the suspensions, or exactly what those "t...
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Bacarri Rambo could face a four-game suspension due to a failed drug test which is being blamed on Rambo accidentally eating pot brownies on spring break.
Georgia's Bacarri Rambo failed a drug test after he inadvertently ate marijuana-laced brownies on a spring break trip to Florida, his high school coach said Thursday. The All-American safety faces a four-game suspension at the start of next season.
Bulldogs coach Mark Richt wouldn't discuss the status of Rambo and another key defensive player, Alec Ogletree, who is reported...
ATLANTA -- Georgia's Bacarri Rambo failed a drug test after he inadvertently ate marijuana-laced brownies on a spring break trip to Florida, his high school coach said Thursday. The All-American safety faces a four-game suspension at the start of next season. Bulldogs coach Mark Richt wouldn't discuss the status of Rambo and another key defensive player, Alec Ogletree...
It just came out that Georgia Bulldog’s All American Safety Bacarri Rambo has been suspended four games for failing a drug test (according to his High School coach). How this happened has to go down as one of the greatest excuses in the history of sports (if not the world). According to his coach (Alan Ingram), “Bacarri went down to Panama City Beach with some friends…one of...
On Thursday night, dawgpost.com broke a story about Georgia's Bacarri Rambo and Alec Ogletree being suspended for multiple games to start the 2012 season. Rambo's High School coach was quoted as saying "Bacarri went down to Panama City Beach with some friends. One of the nights he went to bed before they did. He got up the next morning, was hungry and found some brownies...
Bacarri didn’t know, Bacarri didn’t know…they were hash brownies
All the travails and pitfalls of a misspent Spring break on the glorious Redneck Riviera..days and nights filled with debauchery, random hook-ups, and the occasional experimental with recreational drugs. Georgia’s Baccarri Rambo did all of these things on his...
Okay, despite what some of my readers might think of me right now, I have not disappeared or decided to quit posting semi-intelligent, mostly factual, completely from-the-hip, prose about the Georgia Bulldogs football team. On the contrary, I've just found myself lacking in the motivation department thanks in large measure to my kid's approaching spring break and all this...
Arthur Lynch has always been a favorite of mine, and while he hasn't been the offensive powerhouse that former Bulldog starter Orson Charles was during his time there, he's the kind of player who makes you sit up and take notice—and he's doing all he can to get more eyes coming his way this spring.
"My goal is to be the starting tight end for Georgia for these...
Georgia Bulldogs All-American safety Bacarri Rambo has been suspended for four games after failing a drug test. Reports on the internet state that while on spring break in Panama City, Florida Rambo unknowingly ate some pot brownies. At least the reports inform us that Rambo washed them down with some milk.
Former UNC defensive back, author and blogger Michael Felder has some sage advice for Bacarri Rambo. It was reported yesterday that Rambo may choose to enter the NFL supplemental draft if he is given from the most severe punishment for his pastry adventures. Felder, obviously not a UGA fan, advises Rambo to stay.
A four-game suspension is a healthy chunk of the year. If Rambo...
Saturday Down South is doing a countdown of the top 25 players in the SEC for 2012. Their number seven is Bacarri Rambo. Here are few excerpts.
Besides having the best name in the entire conference, Bacarri Rambo is a very good football player.
One of the best things that has happened since the offseason for Georgia is the fact that Rambo is coming back for his senior season...