Richt on Harvey-Clemons: I want to wish him well

Georgia coach Mark Richt didn’t offer any clues on why safety Josh Harvey-Clemons was ultimately dismissed this week when he met with reporters Thursday.

Harvey-Clemons had previously violated Georgia’s drug policy and was to serve out a three-game suspension to start the season.

“The only thing I’m going to say about that is I want to wish him well,” Richt said. “Hope he finds a good home and finishes his career in a really positive way.”

Richt said players on the team “understand there are certain rules that everybody needs to abide by and if they don’t than they could possibly lose their privilege to play at Georgia. There’s a consequence for any action that we have here at Georgia that’s not within the Georgia way so to speak.”

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