Sunday, September 16, 2012
Athens, GA -- The first two weeks of college football's season were pretty tough for Sanders Commings.
The former Westside star was supposed to in the Georgia secondary, but a two game suspension put him on the sideline.
That made Saturday night like the first time all over again.
Commings had four tackles and a pass break up in his return, and helped the Dawgs to an easy win against Florida Atlantic.
For the senior, it was just great to be back in the red and black.
"It was a relief. We went up big in that second half, and I told Coach (Grantham) not to take me out," Commings said. "I wanted to get every snap I could. It felt pretty good. You can never be satisfied, but I feel pretty good about the way I played. I just need to work on a couple small things, a couple coverages, that's it. I feel like I played all right."
Georgia is back in action Saturday night against Vanderbilt. That game's set for a 7:45 kickoff.
That game will be the last of a four game suspension for defenders Bacarri Rambo and Alec Ogletree.
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