Quick hits: Richt has not given up hope of clearing OL Houston

Asked about offensive lineman Kolton Houston remaining ineligible for continuing to test positive for a banned substance, Georgia coach Mark Richt said “I don’t think we’ll ever give up on it. I think there’s always a chance that something good can happen. He’s going to continue to test.” Richt said Houston still wants to play. Richt said he thinks Houston would still have two years of eligibility after this season.

…Linebacker Christian Robinson has said that Richt would like him to clean up his blonde Mohawk streak. Richt mentioned it when asked about what he sees for Robinson after football. “Whatever he’s pursuing if somebody gets a chance to hire him, they’ll be very pleased, especially after he gets a haircut,” he said.

NCAA doesn’t reduce Gurley suspension on Georgia appeal

by Marc Weiszer

Three weeks after Todd Gurley was first suspended by Georgia, there is finally closure. An NCAA reinstatement committee on Thursday night denied the school’s appeal to... Full Story

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