Richt reduces Boling suspension to one game

ATHENS – Georgia head coach Mark Richt has reduced Clint Boling's suspension to one game.

The sophomore was charged with a DUI in spring, but that charge was dropped last week. Boling has been suspended two game by Richt, but after the DUI charge was dropped, the head coach decided to give the Atlanta native only game for the reckless driving charge.

"With the change in the charges and the attitude that Clint has demonstrated I have reevaluated his situation and decided on the one-game suspension as a fair penalty," said Richt in a statement.

"Clint has been remorseful and pro-active in handling all his responsibilities in a mature manner with a good attitude. He's learned a strong lesson that I'm sure will serve him well from here on."

Boling had completed all community service required of him before the court date. He started 11 of 13 games last season and is listed as a starting guard.

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