@BR Box Type bold lede colon:March 7: Quarterback Zach Mettenberger was arrested outside a bar in Valdosta and charged with five misdemeanors, including underage consumption and possession of false identification. He was dismissed from the team.
April 4: Montez Robinson was arrested for the third time in the past four months, again for misdemeanor simple battery of the same woman. He was immediately dismissed from the program.
April 21: Walk-on punter Trent Dittmer was charged with public intoxication. He was dismissed from the team.
April 27: Walk-on offensive lineman Josh Parrish was charged with making a fake ID and underage possession of alcohol.
June 15: Freshman safety Alec Ogletree was charged with theft by taking when a member of the Georgia track and field team reported a $35 motorcycle helmet as stolen from outside the Rankin Smith Center. Ogletree was suspended one game.
July 5: Redshirt freshman cornerback Jordan Love was charged with obstruction after failing to provide his middle name to police, who had responded to a complaint about three individuals shooting off fireworks outside a campus dorm.
July 10: Dontavious Jackson was charged with DUI under 21, underage possession, violation of the “move over law,” a learner’s permit infraction, leaving the scene of an accident and following too close. Facing a six-game suspension, Jackson elected to transfer.
July 10: Wide receiver Tavarres King, who was with Jackson, was charged with underage possession. He was suspended for Georgia’s opener.
Aug. 30: Sophomore tailback Washaun Ealey was picked up on charges of leaving the scene after hitting a car and having a suspended license. He was then held at Athens-Clarke County jail after a bench warrant was discovered for failure to appear on a previous traffic charge. Ealey was suspended one game.
Sept. 26: Freshman linebacker Demetre Baker was charged early on the morning with DUI, underage possession of alcohol and improper driving. Baker, who had yet to play, was dismissed from the team.
Monday: Junior tailback Caleb King was held in jail after a bench warrant for failure to appear on a speeding charge in Walton County was discovered.
— Seth Emerson