ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia defensive back Vance Cuff has been suspended for Saturday's game at Vanderbilt following his arrest on misdemeanor charges, including driving with a suspended license.
Cuff was riding a scooter as he left the Georgia football facility on Tuesday and drove down a street which has been closed for construction. He was stopped by University of Georgia police for riding down the closed road, and he was found to be driving with a suspended license.
Georgia coach Mark Richt suspended Cuff for one game, saying Cuff "used poor judgment first in the route he took and also for being on the scooter at all with a suspended license."
Cuff is a backup at cornerback.