Georgia football notes: Former Carver standout Jarvis Jones travels to Kentucky, but sits out
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Georgia football notes: Former Carver standout Jarvis Jones travels to Kentucky, but sits out

Athens : Greece | Oct 20, 2012 at 9:01 PM PDT
Source: Ledger-Enquirer
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Jarvis Jones (Carver High) made the trip to Kentucky, but apparently was just moral support for the Georgia football team. Jones, the All-American Georgia linebacker, sat out the game with a sprained ankle. A week ago coach Mark Richt had been sure Jones would play, but the player had a setback... FULL ARTICLE AT Ledger-Enquirer
 
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