The reduced penalty came as a result of original charges against Boling being lessened from an alcohol-related offense to reckless driving.
“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. “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 appeared in all 13 games last season including 11 starts as a true freshman.
– Coutesy of Georgiadogs.com