1:06 pm March 31, 2012, by Chip Towers
ATHENS — Georgia’s roster took another hit on Saturday.
Marc Deas, a redshirt sophomore safety from Kississimee, Fla., has decided to quit the team due to lack of playing time and is seeking a transfer, coach Mark Richt said after Saturday’s scrimmage.
“I talked to him yesterday and he said he just wasn’t getting the opportunity for playing time he’d hoped for,” Richt said.
Deas joins defensive lineman Derrick Lott, who made a similar decision on Friday.
That makes 11 players who have quit, been dismissed or are facing suspension since Georgia’s Jan. 1 bowl game.
More to come later. . . .
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