Could Three Dismissed Georgia Bulldogs Next Stop At Georgia Military College?

Earlier this week it was announced that three Georgia Bulldogs freshman football players had been dismissed from the football team for a "violation of team rules," per a university statement. Chris Sanders, Nick Marshall and Sanford Seay will all be taking their football talents elsewhere, and one possible opportunity for many players for discharged Bulldogs players is Georgia Military College.

Georgia head coach Mark Richt gave a ring to GMC head coach Bert Williams,as Richt gave Williams the scoop about his three players seemingly as a courtesy.

"There’s one that we will not pursue," Williams said. "There’s one we may or may not pursue. And there’s one that I definitely will pursue."


Read more here: http://www.macon.com/2012/02/06/1894437/dismissed-uga-players-could-end.html#storylink=cpy

Read more here: http://www.macon.com/2012/02/06/1894437/dismissed-uga-players-could-end.html#storylink=cpy

Should any of the three players decide to play at GMC, its possible that Richt could reign them back in and re-join the Bulldogs in Athens.

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