Tray Matthews was kicked off the Georgia football team on June 3, becoming the latest Bulldog to leave the program in trouble.

Matthews will land at Auburn, it appears, but that doesn't make anything better on Georgia's end.
Since the end of last season, three players have left the program on poor terms.

Josh Harvey-Clemons was dismissed after violating Georgia's marijuana policy, and Shaq Wiggins left after he couldn't comply with Mark Richt's rules. There have also been others in various degrees of bad situations.

All of this has contributed to a bad reputation for Georgia, as every offseason it seems there are Bulldogs finding trouble with the law.

Now, at least one parent of a current Georgia football player is tired of it and wants the kids getting in trouble to realize it's their fault, not Georgia's.