Notebook: Georgia’s Ogletree, Rambo make a difference in first game back
Linebacker Alec Ogletree led the Bulldogs with 14 tackles in his first game back (AJC photo by Brant Sanderlin)
GEORGIA FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
ATHENS – Alec Ogletree and Bacarri Rambo finally made it back into Georgia’s lineup, and it was just in the nick of time.
Suspended for the first four games of the season, Ogletree and Rambo started against Tennessee on Saturday and finished as Bulldogs’ two leading tacklers. Ogletree, a junior inside linebacker, led the way with 14 tackles and 3 pass break-ups. Rambo, a senior free safety, recorded nine stops as the Bulldogs held on for a 51-44 victory.
“I’m happy that we got the win,” said Ogletree, who also tipped a pass that led to an interception. “I was eager to play. I’ve been waiting for a while now. I’ve got a lot of stuff to work on and keep preparing myself to come back full force. As a defense, we’ve got a lot to work on. We’ve got room for improvement.”
Georgia hasn’t yet resembled the defense many
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