A.J. Green's status is no longer in limbo, as the NCAA announced late Wednesday afternoon he will be suspended for Georgia's next three games.
According to an ESPN report, Green was being investigated for allegedly selling a game-worn jersey. The report claimed the All-American candidate was forthcoming with investigators, but added the case took some interesting twists and turns.
As Georgia looks to build on its impressive opening win against Louisiana Lafayette, the Bulldogs will at least finally be able to prepare for the game knowing for sure Green won't be part of the game plan.
Here's a look at how A.J. Green's suspension is putting Mark Richt's team on hold.