June 28, 2006
Inman growing through tough times
Just a few months prior to his senior season, Georgia offensive tackle Daniel Inman is encountering adversity head-on.
Inman will be watching the Bulldogs' first two games of the season, a home game against Western Kentucky and a road date against South Carolina while serving a two-game suspension for violating team rules.
Inman though, isn't letting the rough waters weigh him down. In fact, Georgia head coach Mark Richt actually thinks that Inman is a better player having gone through the recent off-season adversity.
"I'm just seeing a glean in his eyes," Richt said. "He's really excited, he's working hard. He know he's made a mistake, but he's really bent on changing his ways
He's really responded to the adversity in a great way."
Richt added that Inman is striving to shore up some things not only on the field during summer workouts, but off the field as well.
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