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A.J. Green Not In The Clear, According To UGA Attorney

Conflicting with Chuck Oliver’s report, Tim Tucker heard from UGA Athletic Association attorney Edward Tolley, who said:

“At 6:30 tonight, we still have not heard anything from the NCAA,” attorney Edward Tolley, representing the UGA Athletic Association in the matter, told the AJC.

Asked about Internet reports that the case involves the alleged sale of a game jersey by Green, Tolley said: “I can’t comment on that.”

Marc Weiszer also presumes the issue is Green’s sale of a game jersey on the internet. Apparently the NCAA’s delay can be attributed to Green’s charming use of a throwback 300 baud modem, which is causing the re-download of the jersey to take longer than expected.

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