A history of UGA's off-the-field problems

ATHENS -- The arrests of four football players on the eve of spring practice is just the most recent in UGA's off-the field troubles. In just the last four years, there have been 30 non-academic disciplinary actions against University of Georgia players.

Josh Harvey-Clemons: Dismissed in Feb. 2014 for violation of team rules

Justin Scott-Wesley: Arrested in Nov. 2013 for marijuana possession

Ty Flournoy-Smith: Arrested in Summer 2013 after marijuana incident

Marshall Morgan: Arrested in June 2013 for BUI

Matt Stagg: Arrested in Nov. 2012 for DUI and underage alcohol possession

Isiah Crowell: Dismissed June 2012 after arrest for felony gun possession

Chase Vasser: Arrested in May 2012 for DUI; suspended 2 games

Carlton Thomas: Three suspensions in 2011; quit before Spring 2012

Nick Marshall: Dismissed in Jan. 2012 for dorm room theft incident

Chris Sanders: Dismissed in Jan. 2012 for dorm room theft incident

Sanford Seay: Dismissed in Jan. 2012 for dorm room theft incident

Cornelius Washington: Suspended 2 games for DUI Oct. 2011

Marcus Dowtin: Transferred in Jan. 2011 after team learned of incident at MD

Caleb King: Suspended 2 games for failure to appear in court Oct. 2010

Jordan Love: Arrested in July 2010 for obstruction, charges dropped, left team in 2012

Tavarres King: Arrested in July 2010 for underage alcohol possession

Montez Robinson: Dismissed after arrest on domestic violence charges

Demetre Baker: Dismissed from team following arrest for DUI

Dontavius Jackson: Transferred after DUI suspension

Zach Mettenberger: Dismissed after arrest and conviction for sexual battery

Washaun Ealey: Transferred to Jackson State after disciplinary run-ins

Branden Smith: One-game suspension for arrest for marijuana possession

Sanders Commings: Two-game suspension for simple battery

Bacarri Rambo: Multi-game suspension for failing a drug test

Alec Ogletree: Multi-game suspension for team rules violations


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