Mark Richt suspends his top returning tailback Washaun Ealey indefinitely.

Georgia coach Mark Richt walks onto the field during a timeout in the fourth quarter of the Liberty Bowl against Central Florida on Friday in Memphis, Tenn. Central Florida won, 10-6, giving UGA its first losing season in 14 years.
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To College football, Georgia's Mark Richt has suspended his top tailback Washaun Ealey. Sources say Ealey, who ran for over 800 yards with 11 touchdowns in 2010, is being disciplined after failing to report for a punishment run last week. Richt says the junior is banned from working out in Georgia's facilities or participating in any other team activities. Ealey's been in trouble before, he was suspended from Georgia's 2010 season opener after he was arrested in August for leaving the scene of an accident and driving with a suspended license.
His suspension comes just a few days after Georgia signed Isaiah Crowell, rated by many as the no. 1 running back prospect in the country.