Davin Bellamy cleared to play against Alabama

Georgia Bulldogs sophomore linebacker Davin Bellamy has been cleared to play this weekend in his team’s big game against Alabama. Seth Emerson of DawgNation reported the update.

Head coach Mark Richt called Bellamy “probable” for the game.

A former four-star recruit from the Atlanta area, Bellamy could end up being a tremendous help to Georgia as the team prepares to take on the ever-dangerous Crimson Tide. He missed last weekend’s game against Southern with a concussion, but started at outside linebacker the preceding weekend against South Carolina. Since arriving in Athens, Bellamy has appeared in eight games and posted 23 tackles and a fumble recovery.

Those numbers may not be the sexiest, but it should also be considered that Bellamy is 6-foot-5 and weighs 241 pounds. Against a tough team like Alabama, size and ability to hit hard are going to be key, especially with the game being in Athens and the Tide looking to play spoiler.

It’s going to be a big game for Bellamy and his teammates, so be sure to tune into CBS at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday!

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