Richt unsure about making punishment public

Georgia coach Mark Richt said he may not announce any discipline including possible suspensions for the four players who were arrested on the eve of spring practice before the Clemson opener.

“Every time I discipline a guy I don’t tell everybody what I do all the time,” Richt said. “Sometimes I do, sometimes I don’t.”

He said that defensive linemen James DeLoach, Jonathan Taylor, safety Tray Matthews and receiver Uriah Lemay, arrested on theft by deception charges, have “behaved well” as of late.

“To this point, they’ve done pretty good,” Richt said. “They’ve handled the discipline I’ve given them to this point. There will probably be a little bit more before it’s over. I’ll let y’all know when. Maybe I will, maybe I won’t. I don’t know. If there’s something to announce, I’ll announce it.”

… Offensive lineman Aulden Bynum closed out the spring working at tight end to help out while Rome and Jordan Davis (knee) were sidelined.

“Today was his last day,” tight ends coach John Lilly said. “He’ll be back with the offensive line.”

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