Georgia will open the regular season against Clemson on Aug. 31 without safety Josh Harvey-Clemons, who was suspended one game for a violation of team rules. Multiple reports indicated Harvey-Clemons, a projected starter who was rated as a top-10 national recruit, was involved in a marijuana-related incident in his dorm room on May 14. He and tight end Ty Flournoy-Smith were present when university police entered a dorm room because they smelled marijuana. Both players admitted to smoking marijuana. Because no marijuana was found, no arrests were made. Harvey-Clemons played in all 14 games as a reserve last season but was named the Bulldogs' defensive MVP of spring drills. Georgia announced last week that Flournoy-Smith was transferring. The Bulldogs finished seventh in the final BCS poll of 2012.
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