September 8, 2010 by staff
Aj Green, Apparently, the NCAA is the zoom of its focus on an alleged incident in which Green allegedly sold a shirt he wore during a game for personal gain. For us, that sounds really bad. Taking what amounts to the NCAA or the school property and turn it into private profit does not sound like the type of dynamics that tend to avoid the NCAA hammer. However, ESPN’s Joe Schad stated that there is some precedent for this type of case, and that the general rule is that a player serving a brief suspension after paying the restitution of the transaction. In any case, we will provide more information than is available. For now, get green out of alignment.
Green available for Georgia this year is still in the air, ESPN reports.
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