Kirby Smart and Georgia may have lost the national championship game to Alabama last year, but they'll get another shot at the Tide in this year's SEC Championship Game. Jan 8, 2018; Atlanta, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs head coach Kirby Smart reacts in the 2018 CFP national championship college football game against the Alabama Crimson Tide during the first quarter at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution a few days ago released a report accusing the University of Georgia football program of covering up alleged sexual assault charges over the past few years.

Now even more allegations have been brought against the school. This time offenses include driving under the influence, speeding, street racing, fighting, and bringing weapons onto campus.

The AJC says that a 16-year-old Georgia recruit broke curfew, drank at a bar, and ended up in police custody under investigation for sexual assault and was still signed by the program anyway.

The 16-year-old in question was later identified as defensive lineman Jamaal Jarrett, who committed to the Bulldogs last year.

Former Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett was arrested in January in Texas after the national championship game for public intoxication and then Jalen Carter was arrested and then charged with reckless driving and racing before the 2023 NFL Draft.

A Georgia football player and staffer were killed while street driving also.

Since both charges were misdemeanors, it was barely mentioned after the reports came out and virtually ignored by the NFL teams who drafted both Bennett and Carter.

But since this investigation has come out, many are questioning Georgia head coach Kirby Smart. As a list of charges and allegations continue to pile up, he remains silent and his silence on this matter has been deafening.


About Stacey Mickles

Stacey is a 1995 graduate of the University of Alabama who has previously worked for other publications such as Sportskeeda and Saturday Down South.