Georgia coach Mark Richt has said that there will be “consequences” for the four players who were arrested for double-dipping on their stipend checks on Monday night.

“Obviously we had some guys that did foolish things, and there will be consequences”, he said in a press conference after Georgia’s Spring Practice on Tuesday, even though safety Tray Matthews, defensive linemen Jonathan Taylor and James DeLoach and wide receiver Uriah LeMay all practiced on Tuesday.

The four were charged with ‘theft by deception’ for cashing in stipend checks from the Georgia Athletic Department, totalling about $786 (or $71 each).

“You don’t want to act like it didn’t happen. We are going to address everything head on”, he said in a press conference.

He added: “Everybody better do it the Georgia way or go do it somewhere else”.

BOTTOM LINE: If the Nick Marshall case is anything to go by, the smart money’s on all four players being booted out of Georgia. 

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