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What Sac said, ESPN is reporting that Green MAY sit this weekend. They have to word it the way they did because no decision has been handed down. ESPN doesn't know anything, but they don't want to be out of the A.J. loop, so they report something that is actually nothing. "A.J. Green may sit out this weekend's game pending the outcome of the investigation." I think that is pretty close to the actual text of the report.

Just pay attention to this forum, you will find out about A.J. here before you will on ESPN or the vent, :lol:.

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What Sac said, ESPN is reporting that Green MAY sit this weekend. They have to word it the way they did because no decision has been handed down. ESPN doesn't know anything, but they don't want to be out of the A.J. loop, so they report something that is actually nothing. "A.J. Green may sit out this weekend's game pending the outcome of the investigation." I think that is pretty close to the actual text of the report.

Just pay attention to this forum, you will find out about A.J. here before you will on ESPN or the vent, :lol:.

espn has changed their story in only 30 minutes.. the first report was AJ Green WILL be held out.. now it's May be held out.. :lol: it's espn and joe schad..

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espn>chuck oliver. i guess by tomorrow you will find out his fate

I was waiting for Threepac to make some kind of anti-UGA post...it has been his m-o the past few weeks. We are going to get you a jersey made that has "He Hate UGA" on the back. :lol:

(just messing with you Threepac)

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I was waiting for Threepac to make some kind of anti-UGA post...it has been his m-o the past few weeks. We are going to get you a jersey made that has "He Hate UGA" on the back. :lol:

(just messing with you Threepac)

I don't want to pee on any parades but go read what rusty and gentry have been writing on 247. It looks like aj could be suspended multiple games depending on the price of the jersey. We shall wait and see.

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I don't want to pee on any parades but go read what rusty and gentry have been writing on 247. It looks like aj could be suspended multiple games depending on the price of the jersey. We shall wait and see.

Right now they know what we know...NOT MUCH! I just wish they'd hurry up.

I guess we WON'T be hearing today like so many outlets speculated.

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I don't want to pee on any parades but go read what rusty and gentry have been writing on 247. It looks like aj could be suspended multiple games depending on the price of the jersey. We shall wait and see.

yep we know that regarding the amount and estes has no more information than anyone else.. he hasn't been covering and neither rusty been covering uga for a long long time.. i would take Dean's opinion over either of those guys in a heartbeat..

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yep we know that regarding the amount and estes has no more information than anyone else.. he hasn't been covering and neither rusty been covering uga for a long long time.. i would take Dean's opinion over either of those guys in a heartbeat..

Oh I'm by no means saying they know anything just more speculation to look at. What are they saying on the dawgpost I don't have a subscription there.

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Oh I'm by no means saying they know anything just more speculation to look at. What are they saying on the dawgpost I don't have a subscription there.

he will be cleared to play on saturday.. my only point was the source.. i like estes, but he has been covering bama not uga so he doesn't have the contact that dean does. Dean has great sources. Rusty is a good guy, but he has been running a high school site on scout and hasn't covered uga either. It will take estes time to get those sources and I am sure he will, but Dean has that already.

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NCAA REQUIRES LOSS OF CONTESTS FOR GEORGIA FOOTBALL STUDENT-ATHLETE

University of Georgia football student-athlete A.J. Green must miss four

games as a condition of becoming eligible to play again, according to a

decision today by the NCAA student-athlete reinstatement staff.

The university declared the student-athlete ineligible for violations of

NCAA agent benefits rules. According to the facts of the case submitted by

Georgia, the student-athlete sold his Independence Bowl game jersey to an

individual who meets the NCAA definition of an agent. Green has repaid the

$1,000 value of benefits to charity. According to NCAA rules, an agent is

any individual who markets or promotes a student-athlete.

During the reinstatement process, the NCAA staff reviews each case on its

own merits based on the specific facts. Staff decisions are made based on a

number of factors including guidelines established by the Committee on

Student-Athlete Reinstatement, the student-athlete¹s responsibility for the

violation, as well as any mitigating factors presented by the university.

The university can appeal the decision to the Division I NCAA Committee on

Student-Athlete Reinstatement, an independent committee comprised of

representatives from NCAA member colleges, universities and athletic

conferences. This committee can reduce or remove the condition, but it

cannot increase the staff-imposed conditions. If appealed, the

student-athlete remains ineligible until the conclusion of the appeals

process.

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NCAA REQUIRES LOSS OF CONTESTS FOR GEORGIA FOOTBALL STUDENT-ATHLETE

University of Georgia football student-athlete A.J. Green must miss four

games as a condition of becoming eligible to play again, according to a

decision today by the NCAA student-athlete reinstatement staff.

The university declared the student-athlete ineligible for violations of

NCAA agent benefits rules. According to the facts of the case submitted by

Georgia, the student-athlete sold his Independence Bowl game jersey to an

individual who meets the NCAA definition of an agent. Green has repaid the

$1,000 value of benefits to charity. According to NCAA rules, an agent is

any individual who markets or promotes a student-athlete.

During the reinstatement process, the NCAA staff reviews each case on its

own merits based on the specific facts. Staff decisions are made based on a

number of factors including guidelines established by the Committee on

Student-Athlete Reinstatement, the student-athlete¹s responsibility for the

violation, as well as any mitigating factors presented by the university.

The university can appeal the decision to the Division I NCAA Committee on

Student-Athlete Reinstatement, an independent committee comprised of

representatives from NCAA member colleges, universities and athletic

conferences. This committee can reduce or remove the condition, but it

cannot increase the staff-imposed conditions. If appealed, the

student-athlete remains ineligible until the conclusion of the appeals

process.

OK, well maybe (hopefully) they do reduce it.

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4 games?

I think that the NCAA just spins a big wheel when giving out punishments. No rhyme or reason behind anything they do.

Yeah, I don't get four games at all. It would make more sense to suspend him retroactively, or 1 game, not 4, especially when the kid already gave the money back.

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Yeah, I don't get four games at all. It would make more sense to suspend him retroactively, or 1 game, not 4, especially when the kid already gave the money back.

especially with amount of money.. 1k is not 4 games worthy of a suspension.. 2 games at most. dareus had over 1700 money given to him from an agent and received just 2 games when it should have been 4 games per ncaa punishments.

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especially with amount of money.. 1k is not 4 games worthy of a suspension.. 2 games at most. dareus had over 1700 money given to him from an agent and received just 2 games when it should have been 4 games per ncaa punishments.

This is about as stupid as the NCAA declaring Dez Bryant ineligible for the entire season last year. They've got no method for their madness, stupidity, whatever you want to call it.

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