Vanderbilt Vs. Georgia: Bulldogs' LB Alec Ogletree, FS Bacarri Rambo Won't Return Until Next Week

Following rumors that Georgia fans might see linebacker Alec Ogletree and free safety Bacarri Rambo on the field Saturday for the first time this season, it has been confirmed that their suspension will last one more game, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution's Chip Towers.

It was thought that they might be eligible to play in the second half of the Vanderbilt game with Georgia's Student-Athlete conduct code requiring a suspension of 30 percent of the 12-game football season for a second violation of the drug policy (3.6 games when you do that math). Instead, after further analysis of the handbook by Towers, it was discovered that the number of games is rounded up, making it four games rather than 3.6.

In the good news department, a tweet from Ogletree's twin brother Alexander on Wednesday hints that the Bulldogs will have the services of their star defenders for next week's game home game against Tennessee:

Ogletree and Rambo are on the field but not dressed for the fourth consecutive week. Alexander Ogletree has been dressed for all four games of the season but has yet to see any game action so far.

For more Georgia Bulldog news, head on over to Dawg Sports.

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