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January 16, 2014
Report: JHC to miss three more
Josh Harvey-Clemons will have to miss the first three games of the 2014 campaign after failing the school's marijuana-use policy for a second time.According to the Atlanta Constitution, sophomore safety
The paper attributed sources close to the situation, stating that Harvey-Clemons' suspension for the Gator Bowl against Nebraska was actually part of a four-game punishment, which is the punishment give for a second offense.
UGA officials had no comment.
If Harvey-Clemons tested positive once more, his suspension from the team would become permanent.
Harvey-Clemons missed the 2013 opener against Clemson for allegedly failing an earlier drug test. He wound up starting 11 games for the Bulldogs, making 66 tackles with an interception.