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Friday, September 7, 2012
Mark Richt: Why Make it Such a Big Deal?
Since before the beginning of summer camp for the Georgia Bulldogs, the questions being consistently asked were regarding upcoming disciplinary suspensions. Specifically, who is suspended, for how many games, and the specific rules that were violated. And for just that long, the answer typically given by head coach Mark Rict has been no comment. He has said he doesn't want to talk about it. He has said to just wait until game time and see who isn't playing. He has basically said nothing. My questions are why and what's the big deal? Georgia has game suspensions every year, so what's so different this year? Just answer the questions Coach. Put the matter to rest. Allow the media to focus on something besides players being suspended at Georgia. Lay it on the line Coach. We've all been here before. Are we that afraid of Missouri that we want them to guess who's playing and who's not? I'm not buying into that. I'm back to my point of what's the big deal? Bacarri Rambo and Alec Ogletree are two key defenders for the Bulldogs whose playing status in in question for tomorrow night's game against Missouri in Columbia. There has been no comment by Richt concerning these two players. Again, what's the big deal. They're either playing or they are not. Just tell us Coach. The entire Bulldog Nation has been down this road before. Why make it such a big deal?