Published December 23, 2013 - 6:13pmNEW: Follow on facebook -
It’s that time of the year again when players get suspended for upcoming bowl games for the infamous ‘violation of team rules’.
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Georgia announced two secondary starters in safety Josh Harvey-Clemson and corner Sheldon Dawson are suspended for the Gator Bowl against Nebraska. Harvey-Clemons racked up 66 tackles, third highest on the team, with 5.5 tackles for loss, one INT and two forced fumbles this season, while Dawson started opposite corner Damian Swann against Georgia Tech and recorded 13 tackles on the season.
Georgia’s secondary struggled for the better part of 2013, and they were one of the biggest reasons the defense underachieved again. Now, it gets even tougher without two starters, especially Harvey-Clemons.
This is the second time Harvey-Clemons was suspended this season. He didn’t play against Clemson due to a suspension for a marijuana incident.
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