UGA linebacker, analyst David Pollack critical of dismissed Bulldogs

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June 30, 2014 GREENSBORO, GA-- Former Georgia linebacker and current football analyst David Pollack doesn't golf regularly, but he does for a good cause. Monday's Arians Foundation Golf Classic at Lake Oconee was a good cause.

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As for the state of disciplinary issues in college football, Pollack is still fighting the cause.

The previous Dogs defensive captain is paid nowadays to critique. He didn't shy away from critiquing his alma mater on another offseason of suspensions and dismissals on Monday.

The Bulldogs secondary has been hit in a bad way. Tray Matthews, Josh Harvey Clemons, have both left the program for Auburn and Louisville respectively. Pollack calls it addition by subtraction before taking a look at the SEC's transfer policies.

"There's a lot of players making really dumb decisions. Tray Matthews, c'mon man, you can't make dumb decisions like that. I'd like to see another rule implemented where you can't transfer to another SEC school or you have to transfer down. You know, go pay your penance for making knucklehead decisions over and over and over again," Pollack said.

Before Bulldog fans go crazy. Pollack isn't just blaming the Georgia football program, expanding the issue to the entire college football spectrum.

There was bit of optimism from Pollack in regards to the rest of the Georgia defense. Pollack believes the UGA "front 7" is poised to be one of the best in the country in 2014.