The turbulent Bulldog career of Georgia safety Josh Harvey-Clemons has come to a close.

Georgia announced Tuesday that Harvey-Clemons — the team’s third-leading tackler as a sophomore in 2013 and a former five-star recruit — has been dismissed from the team for a violation of team rules. No other details were made available.

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Harvey-Clemons already missed the Bulldogs’ Gator Bowl loss to Nebraska and faced a three-game suspension entering the 2014 season after reportedly violating the university’s marijuana-use policy for a second time. Harvey-Clemons was also suspended for the Bulldogs’ season-opening loss against Clemson after telling police that he had smoked marijuana in a dorm room.

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Despite those suspensions, Harvey-Clemons started the Bulldogs’ other 11 games in 2013 and appeared to begin making good on the…

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