ESPN- Georgia cornerback Sanders Commings and outside linebacker Chase Vasserhave been reinstated from their two-game suspensions and will be back in the rotation Saturday against Florida Atlantic.
Commings had a tough time watching last weekend's game against Missouri from home, but the senior said the humiliation he dealt with in the eight months since his offseason arrest was more difficult to endure.
Georgia coach Mark Richt suspended Commings after he was arrested in January on simple battery and domestic violence charges after a dispute with his girlfriend.
"That was the biggest punishment -- what I had to go through off the field and what I put my family through and the University of Georgia, all that," Commings said Tuesday, speaking to reporters for the first time since his arrest. "Missing the games, that was probably the easiest part of the punishment."
Commings, who started all 14 games last season, and Chase Vasser, a projected starter who was suspended after an offseason DUI arrest, should bolster an already strong defense that shut down Missouri for the majority of the second half in Saturday's 41-20 victory.