Sorry if this was made official at some point, but it's the first I've heard of it. After Georgia Bulldogs linebacker Cornelius Washington was arrested last weekend, Mark Richt said he'd be suspended for at least two games. From the sounds of it, two games it is. Here's Richt on Tuesday:
It will probably be a little bit by committee to decide how we are going to handle the loss of Cornelius this week and next week. It is definitely going to provide more opportunities for Ray Drew, and there are other things we might move around to help us in that area, but we'll know better after we practice a little bit.
That would (A) rule out Washington for the Tennessee Volunteers and Vanderbilt Commodores, (B) bring him back in time for the Florida Gators and (C) ensure Ray Drew doesn't have to spend any more time testing Todd Grantham's emissions during the weeks leading up to Halloween, always a pumpkin-heavy time of year.
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