As Bacarri Rambo and Alec Ogletree are set to serve a suspension for reportedly failing multiple drug tests, University of Georgia head coach Mark Richt remained silent about why the two players were still on the depth chart.
"I just think we'll just have to wait and see. We'll wait and see. Time will tell."
In an interview with Seth Emerson of The Telegraph, University of Georgia Athletic Director Greg McGarity spoke about why Rambo and Ogletree were still on the depth chart while Sanders Commings and Chase Vasser, who were also suspended, were removed.
"If there's something that's a situation like Sanders Commings, who's arrested, all these types of things, then we go ahead and deal with that at that time. Then it goes through our review process and then the determination is made by our committee on what the suspensions, if any, should be. And that's usually made public because it's a legal matter.
"Those that are institutional policies, or may be team policies, what have you, there's no reason to go ahead and make those announcements until it's the right time. And the head coach can go ahead and make that determination when is that. Because of competitive advantage."
McGarity said that Richt can announce the suspensions at anytime, including waiting until after the game to discuss why they held the players out.
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