March 29, 2012
Former Seminole County star Bacarri Rambo (18) finished the 2011 season with a Southeastern Conference-leading eight interceptions to go along with 55 tackles for the SEC East champs. The AP First-Team All-American returned those picks for a combined 157 yards, which ranks third all-time in Georgia history, while starting 13 games. Rambo, however, is headed for a four-game suspension to start the season for failing a drug test, according to his high school coach, Alan Ingram, who said Thursday that Rambo didn’t pass the test — which was administered when he returned from spring break in Florida — because he inadvertently ate brownies laced with marijuana. (Herald file photo)
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Georgia’s offseason woes continue Thursday when former Seminole County star and First-Team AP All-American starting safety Bacarri Rambo fails a drug test and will be suspended for the first four games of the 2012 season, according to Rambo’s high school coach, Alan Ingram.