It remains unclear as to why the NCAA would visit Athens, but sources have indicated to Dawg Post that A.J. Green did not attend the party which seems to be the problem as it relates to the NCAA. The strong feeling in Athens is that no current Georgia players were involved in the matter the NCAA is investigating.
NCAA to Visit Georgia?
"Late Wednesday afternoon, the University of Georgia received a call from the NCAA requesting permission to conduct an inquiry on the UGA campus," Georgia spokesman Claude Felton said in an email. "Athletic Association officials indicated that full cooperation would be provided. The NCAA has requested that UGA officials, coaches, and/or student-athletes decline further comment until the inquiry is completed."
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