Presumed starting Georgia Bulldogs safety Bacarri Rambo hasn't been practicing with first-teamers for quite some time now, and hasn't been made available to media after practices. This or something like it has led some to wonder whether the junior free safety has been suspended.
Monday, Mark Richt declined to answer, and did so in charming fashion:
"Is that right?" Richt said of the report. "No, I'm not gonna address that. At the appropriate time if anybody has anything like that I'll let you know, though."
"Well bless your heart," Richt may have later added.
Rambo, along with Brandon Boykin and Alec Ogletree, was expected to provide a developing UGA defense with a strength at at least one level despite suffering an injury in spring practice. Ogletree has since moved to linebacker. If he is suspended, Rambo would be approximately the threevety-fifth Georgia player to undergo some sort of injury, suspension, transfer or other such condition this offseason.