Safety still a mystery for Bulldogs 

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Bacarri RamboKevin C. Cox/Getty ImagesMark Richt still won't say if Bacarri Rambo will be reinstated against Missouri, meaning that Connor Norman could get the call again.
ATHENS, Ga. -- Connor Norman won’t deny that his first college start was imperfect. It remains highly unclear whether there will be a second.

Georgia coach Mark Richt continues to dodge questions about when All-America free safety Bacarri Rambo -- who led the SEC and was second nationally with eight interceptions last season -- will return from suspension. If he’s out again for Saturday’s high-stakes visit to Missouri, Norman appears likely to remain in the starting lineup.

“Overall Connor did a good job,” Richt said after Saturday’s season-opening 45-23 win against Buffalo. “I can think of one play where he missed a tackle out there in space, but you know just about every safety in America is going to miss a tackle here and there when you’ve got too much space with a back.
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