http://www.sbrforum.com/Headlines/NCAAF/43395.aspx ATHENS, Georgia (Ticker) -- The University of Georgia on Thursday announced red-shirt senior cornerback Paul Oliver is ineligible for the 2007 season because of his failure to meet academic requirements. The 6-foot, 208-pound Oliver, who had three interceptions, 57 tackles and two sacks for the Bulldogs in 2006, will petition the NFL for entry into the supplemental draft this summer. "We'll miss him, for sure," Georgia coach Mark Richt said. "Of course, he could have made a decision to leave for the draft immediately after his junior season. He was aware there could be risks, but he decided to continue in school and get closer to his degree. His best opportunity now to continue his playing career is through the supplemental draft coming up in July." The 23-year-old from Kennesaw, Georgia started 15 games for the Bulldogs over his three-year career, intercepting seven passes and recording 94 tackles. He may have had his best game during the 2006 campaign, when he limited Georgia Tech All-American wide receiver Calvin Johnson to two catches and 13 yards in a season-ending 15-12 home win on November 25.