ATLANTA (AP) - Georgia Tech running back Dennis Andrews and receiver Anthony Autry have been suspended for the first two games of the season for violating the school's conduct policy.
The two sophomores will miss games against Wofford on Aug. 30 and at Tulane on Sept. 6.
Georgia Tech did not give a reason for the suspensions.
Andrews played in 13 games last year, rushing 12 times for 140 yards.
Autry played as a true freshman in 2012 but missed last season because of a knee injury.
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