UGA linemen unavailable to comment on NCAA protest message

None of Georgia’s offensive linemen that took part in the protest Saturday over the NCAA’s treatment of athletes were made available for interviews Monday.

All of the Bulldogs’ offensive linemen were kept away from the media last week, too, so there may be no correlation. Kolton Houston, Kenarious Gates, Chris Burnette, John Theus and David Andrews had “APU” — All Players United — written on wrist tape, according to an ESPN report.

The advocacy group National College Players Association is behind the NCAA reform effort. Players from Georgia Tech and Northwestern participated, too.

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