UGA demands retraction of recent AJC article
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UGA demands retraction of recent AJC article

Kirby Smart
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The University of Georgia Athletic Association has demanded the retraction of a recent AJC article by reporter Alan Judd, it was revealed on Tuesday.

The letter was written by Michael Raeber, the General Counsel of the UGA Athletic Association, and was addressed to three individuals at the AJC — Andrew Morse (President and Publisher), Leroy Chapman, Jr. (Editor in Chief), and Shawn McIntosh (Managing Editor).

Per the letter, UGA claims that Alan Judd’s recent article entitled “UGA football program rallies when players accused of abusing women” is “..replete with errors, unsubstantiated allegations, innuendo, and possibly even fabrications.”

You can read the full letter at the link below:

UGA letter to the AJC

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