Stop me if you’ve heard this before.
“Unfortunately, Chad will no longer be a part of our football program,” Smart said in a statement. “It is very disappointing, and we wish him the best in his efforts to continue his education.”
This is the second player Smart has had to dismiss since he arrived. The other was defensive lineman Chauncey Rivers, a rising sophomore whose dismissal was basically automatic (per UGA policy) after a third marijuana-related arrest.
This is also the seventh arrest of a Georgia player since Smart’s arrival, although in one case (Jonathan Ledbetter on alcohol-related charges) the charges have been dismissed.
I wish the season were starting tomorrow. But probably not as much as Kirby Smart does this morning.