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UGA Redshirt Frosh WR Uriah LeMay to Transfer

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University of Georgia redshirt freshman widereceiver Uriah LeMay has decided to transfer according to UGA head footballcoach Mark Richt.

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Exodus.  Who will be the next to go?
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