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Post Hebron suspended for two games

Monday February 26, 2007

After a weekend arrest for underage possession of alcohol, Georgia linebacker Akeem Hebron has been suspended for the first two games of the 2007 season.

Akeem’s arrest falls under Athletic Department policies which require that the student-athlete miss 10% of the team’s games for a first-time alcohol-related incident. Two games might seem like a bit much for something like that, but given the climate on campus now and the precedents in place, we shouldn’t be surprised.

So while other programs hand out 24-hour suspensions for their alcohol-related arrests, Akeem will start the year on the bench.

Semmi, on the other hand, will be confined to the royal suite at the Waldorf-Astoria.

Akeem and Semmi

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