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Update: Anderson talks grades

ATHENS – Big-time offensive lineman Justin Anderson plans on being in Athens in June to start his college football career.

The only thing holding him up is his SAT score. "I am waiting on my SAT score to come back," Anderson said. The offensive lineman indicated that he would take the test once more in June if he does not get the needed score. He added that his grades are going "good" and that the test score is the last hurdle he must clear before enrolling at Georgia...

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