I have just read that Kolton Houston has just been released to play. This is really good news for a guy who has done nothing wrong but was still shut out by the NCAA. I can understand the first year but the following years that he has lost when we had evidence he hasn’t reused was just wrong. I am all for following the rules but there are exceptions especially in such extenuating circumstances. I am glad they finally came to their senses let him realize his dream of playing for UGA. UGA should use this and the story of Jarvis Jones to show how they stand by their players. I think Georgia did much more than any other university would have. Now the questions is what does this do to the offensive line?

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It is a great question...I addressed it in a blog this morning. Hope it gives you some insight!

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