Georgia running back Todd Gurley may be able to play again this season as the university is applying for his reinstatement.
Georgia football has been successful for the most part this season as they sit at No. 9 in the rankings, and they have been able to continue winning without running back Todd Gurley.
Gurley was suspended indefinitely by the NCAA for allegedly accepting payments for autographs, and this put a giant dent in his campaign for the Heisman Trophy after he was widely considered the frontrunner.
The Bulldogs have Nov. 1 as their goal date for Gurley’s return, which is the day they play Florida.
Gurley released a statement after this news came out. “I want to thank the University, coaches, teammates and the Bulldog Nation for their patience and support. I take full responsibility for the mistakes I made,” the Bulldogs running back said to ESPN.
It remains unknown whether the NCAA will grant Georgia’s request, but the Bulldogs have proven their offense can thrive with Nick Chubb at running back, who has rushed for 345 yards and three touchdowns in his last two games.View poll on FanMob