The 2015 NFL Draft is only 15 days away. It’s already been announced that both Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota plan to stay home with their families. What about the others? According to a report by Bryan Fischer of
The Georgia Senate overwhelmingly passed the 'Todd Gurley Bill,' which would make it a crime to bribe or solicit student-athletes to break NCAA rules.
The University of Georgia paid an attorney more than $40,000 to represent Todd Gurley while he sought reinstatement from the NCAA after he was suspended for accepting money for autographs. Details obtained through an open records request filed by
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Todd Gurley could be the answer to the Dolphins RB woes, as Miami needs an explosive play-maker from that position in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Todd Gurley is returning from a four-game NCAA suspension for taking $3,000 for autographed memorabilia and other items over two years. Georgia has listed Todd Gurley, who is returning from a four-game suspension, as its top tailback. Any uncertainty about
The football industry has had an incredibly bad public relations year so far on three levels– high school, college and the pros. Three high schools suspended programs because of hazing issues with one school seeing seven arrests. On the
Todd Gurley has lost his appeal with the NCAA and will miss Georgia’s next two games. Gurley, who has already missed Georgia’s last two games against Mizzou and Arkansas will miss the Bulldogs matchups against Florida and Kentucky. Gurley who
Tuck and O'Neill debate the NCAA ruling on the suspension of Georgia running back Todd Gurley
Per Jerry Hinnen of CBS Sports, Gurley will miss four games