THE TEN AT 10:
1. With Tuesday’s decision to suspend tailback Caleb King, there is a good chance the Georgia Bulldogs will have to pull the redshirt off true reshman Kendrun Malcome so he can play this Saturday against Vanderbilt.
King, who has started two games at tailback this season, was arrested earlier this week for not paying a speeding ticket in Walton County. Head coach Mark Richt announced Tuesday King would be suspended for the next two games. Sophomore Washaun Ealey, who started games two through four, will get the nod this week. But backup Carlton Thomas, who has one start under his belt, was sidelined for the Tennessee game with a hamstring injury and remains questionable this week.
“We’ve been getting Ken ready for probably the last month or so,” Richt said Tuesday. “. . . We were watching him in drill work and we