ATHENS - We finally have official confirmation from UGA that Bacarri Rambo and Alec Ogletree's suspensions have lasted a second week.
The safety and inside linebacker are not on the 70-man travel roster, released by the team about 90 minutes before kickoff against Missouri. Also not making the trip was fullback Zander Ogletree, who dressed out but did not play in the opener.
Those three join cornerback Sanders Commings, outside linebacker Chase Vasser and offensive tackle Kolton Houston on the suspension list. Commings and Vasser are due to come off suspension next week, while Houston remains in NCAA limbo.
Sophomore offensive lineman Watts Dantzler is also not on the travel roster, confirming news he tweeted yesterday. Dantzler is dealing with a sprained ankle.
But freshman John Theus, the starter at right tackle, is here, and has been walking around on the field.
So has sophomore cornerback Malcolm Mitchell, who missed the opener with yet another sprained ankle. It remains to be seen if Theus or Mitchell will definitely play, but the fact they traveled is a positive sign.
Tailback Ken Malcome (hand) and guard Chris Burnette (sternum) did make the trip after dealing with injuries during the week.
But not making the trip this week are defensive end Sterling Bailey and outside linebackers Dexter Morant and Rueben Faloughi, either because of an unknown injury or not being high enough on the depth chart.
A group of freshmen also didn't make the trip: Offensive lineman Greg Pyke, receiver Blake Tibbs, quarterback Faton Bauta and defensive tackle John Taylor.
Backup quarterback Hutson Mason is also here, despite plans to redshirt him. That's because if starter Aaron Murray gets hurt in a key game situation, the plan is to play Mason and burn the redshirt.
One intriguing note: Receiver Rhett McGowan has switched numbers and is wearing 27 instead of his normal 25.
Why is that interesting? Because freshman Josh Harvey-Clemons wears 25, so McGowan switching could mean some time on offense for him. Head coach Mark Richt has talked about using Harvey-Clemons at receiver in the red zone.