Ogletree sees flaws in first game back 

October, 4, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Alec Ogletree says he did a lot wrong in his first game of the season -- and that’s a bad sign for the offenses Georgia and its junior linebacker will defend down the stretch.

Ogletree was all over the field last weekend against Tennessee in his return from a four-game suspension, recording a career-high 14 tackles and nearly intercepting three passes -- one of which he tipped high into the air, leading to an interception by cornerback Damian Swann.

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