Wilson, Stripling among OLB contenders 

August, 4, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Saturday’s arrival meant it was exactly one month until Georgia’s season-opening game against Buffalo, so the Bulldogs’ coaches still have plenty of time to settle on a starter at outside linebacker opposite All-American Jarvis Jones.

And it’s a good thing because they have no shortage of candidates to evaluate.

“There’s still some competition there. I’m not 100 percent certain,” Georgia coach Mark Richt said Saturday before mentioning sophomore Ramik Wilson as a leading candidate for the job and raving about true freshmen Jordan Jenkins, James DeLoach and Josh Dawson for the second consecutive day.
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