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Thursday, June 2, 2011

Ealey headed to Jacksonville State

Last month we found out Washaun Ealey would be leaving the Georgia football team. On Thursday the tailback's destination became known.

Ealey enrolled in classes at Jacksonville State on Thursday, according to football team spokesman Greg Seitz. Ealey would be eligible to play right away at the school, which is an FBS (formerly Div. I-AA) school.

Ironically, Ealey would still have a chance to play at Kentucky, since Jacksonville State plays there on Oct. 22. Last year Ealey broke a Georgia program record with five rushing touchdowns at Kentucky.

Ealey led Georgia with 811 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns in 2010, but it was still considered a disappointing year. He was suspended for the opener after a three-misdemeanor arrest, and was briefly suspended from team activities in February. Spring practice became a lost cause for Ealey after a hamstring injury.

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