published Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

UGA’s Ealey suspended according to report

Washaun Ealey, Georgia’s leading rusher the past two seasons, has been suspended indefinitely from all team activities after skipping a recent workout that was punishment-related, according to an ESPN report.

Bulldogs coach Mark Richt has not addressed the report, and senior associate athletic director Claude Felton said in an email today that “Ealey is still here and still on the team.” Felton said he could not provide any more details.

For more information, read Tuesday’s Times Free Press

about David Paschall...

David Paschall is a sports writer for the Times Free Press. He started at the Chattanooga Free Press in 1990 and was part of the Times Free Press when the paper started in 1999. David covers University of Georgia football, as well as SEC football recruiting, SEC basketball, Chattanooga Lookouts baseball and other sports stories. He is a Chattanooga native and graduate of the Baylor School and Auburn University. David has received numerous honors for ...

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dude_abides said...

Oh, please. Richt has already proven he would perform genuflective gargling to keep a player on the squad when it matters. You can't really call it suspended indefinitely when you know he will definitely be in the first game in which Georgia's opponent's name doesn't end in State Tech.

February 8, 2011 at 7:30 p.m.
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