Both Ogletrees play role in UGA win 

November, 4, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- For once, both of the Ogletree brothers got to enjoy the spotlight in Georgia’s 37-10 win against Ole Miss on Saturday.

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Daniel Shirey/US PresswireMark Richt was proud of the Ogletree's performances against Ole Miss.
Their dual role in Georgia’s victory -- Zander Ogletree scored his first career touchdown, while Alec Ogletree recorded a safety, led the Bulldogs in tackles and skied for his first career interception -- created a memory that both players can cherish.

“Me and my brother have been playing together since we grew up,” said Zander, a reserve fullback who started for the second time in his career. “And just for us to come to Georgia and play together and just to have a great game like we did, the whole team, it’s a blessing. I think my mom and dad, they just were pushing us and pushing us to play hard and play physical, just play to the best of your ability and play with your heart.”

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