It’s not Spring if a Georgia starter hasn’t been arrested before an important game.

Last year, it was Bacarri Rambo and Alec Ogletree. This year, Georgia coach Mark Richt suspended starting safety Josh Harvey-Clemsons was suspended for marijuana use, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

The player was implicated was implicated in an incident involving the use of marijuana in a UGA dorm room on May 15,” the AJC reported.

Also in the mix is sophomore tight end Ty Flournoy-Smith, who was arrested on another charge in February, and had been advised by Coach Richt to transfer, the AJC reported.

BOTTOM LINE: With the loss of Ogletree and Rambo to the pros (amongst other players), Georgia was already going to find it difficult enough against Clemson. Now, the Bulldogs will face Tajh Boyd, Sammy Watkins & Co without a player who had 14 tackles in his first 14 games and was seen as one of the rising stars of the Bulldogs team.

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