ATLANTA (AP) - Georgia Tech guard Chris Bolden has been suspended for the first three games of the season for an undisclosed violation of team rules.
Coach Brian Gregory announced Friday that Bolden, a sophomore, will miss three games, including the Nov. 8 opener against Presbyterian. Also included in the suspension is a game at Georgia on Nov. 15 and an exhibition game before the season.
Bolden averaged 7.3 points in 31 games as a freshman last season. He is one of four returning starters for the Yellow Jackets.
Gregory says ``there has to be accountability'' when ``certain standards'' are not met by players.
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