Monday, May 9, 2011

BREAKING: UGA's Ealey To Transfer

((From the University of Georgia their own selves))

The University of Georgia has granted tailback Washaun Ealey "an unconditional release" to transfer to another institution for the 2011 academic year according to UGA head coach Mark Richt.

"Washaun and I have had several conversations in recent weeks,"
said Richt in a release by the school. "We both have come to the conclusion that a transfer to another institution would be in his best interest."

Ealey played in 21 games during his two-year career at UGA and rushed for 1,528 yards- 717 in 2009 and 811 in 2010.

And with highly-sought after recruit Isaiah Crowell coming in from Carver-Columbus, Ealey knew his playing time would get smaller and smaller...

But Ealey's run-ins with the law didn't help Ealey's worth on campus either...

More when we know more...

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