ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- Georgia will enter the 2011 season with a
shortage of experience at offensive tackle after A.J. Harmon's
decision to continue his career at another school.
Georgia coach Mark Richt said Tuesday Harmon, a junior backup,
will transfer for personal reasons. No details were provided.
Harmon, from Louisville, Ga., played in seven games the past two
seasons, including four in 2010. The 6-foot-5, 345-pound Harmon was
listed as a top backup at right tackle following spring practice.
Harmon's exit and Trinton Sturdivant's knee injury leaves
Georgia will little experience behind projected starting tackles
Cordy Glenn and Justin Andersen.
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