File this one under stories Georgia head coach Mark Richt would least like to have to worry about the week his Bulldogs host Alabama. Five Georgia football players have been named in an incident report filed by the Athens-Clarke County Police from Monday night. Wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie is accuised of making “terroristic threats or acts” to a female. Safety Dominick Sanders and Jarvis Wilson, linebacker D’Andre Walker and wide receiver Terry Godwin are also all named as witnesses to the incident in question. No charges have been filed at this time, and the investigation is still ongoing.
The reported incident, according to Georgia student newspaper The Red & Black‘s original report, took place Monday night in a Chilli’s restaurant. Per the police report, McKenzie allegedly made a death threat to the unidentified woman. The incident allegedly happened around 10:40 p.m. on Monday.
McKenzie is third on Georgia’s team in receiving with 89 yards on five receptions in four games this season. Godwin is fourth with 76 yards on seven receptions. Sanders is fourth on Georgia’s defense in tackles and Walker has half a sack this season. At this time no suspensions have been announced and Richt has not commente don the situation publicly. There is no indication at this time if any player besides McKenzie is connected to making any threats other than simply being a witness to the alleged incident.