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TODD GURLEY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Mike Bobo Makes A Boo-Boo, And Georgia Pays The Price

Todd Gurley recalled Marcus Allen from Super Bowl XVIII in 1984. Gurley’s third-and-11 run in the third quarter of Saturday’s Georgia-South Carolina game might not have been as historically resonant as O.J. Simpson of USC in 1967, cutting back against the grain in front of head coach John McKay against UCLA. It might not have been as significant a criss-crossing dash as Johnny...
Via The Student Section
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Todd Gurley Headbutts South Carolina Player, Doesn’t Get Ejected

Georgia Bulldogs Heisman Hopeful Todd Gurley too exception to a tackle made by South Carolina’s Bryson Allen-Williams. Gurley got up and headbutted Allen-Williams, which referees did not see. What they did see was the hoard of Gamecocks players that took exception and South Carolina actually ended up getting flagged. [@gifdsports] The post Todd Gurley Headbutts South Carolina Player...
Via Diehardsport
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Check Out This Insane Run For A First Down By Georgia Running Back Todd Gurley

Georgia running back Todd Gurley is an absolute freak of nature. On a third and 16 late in the third quarter of the Bulldogs’ matchup with South Carolina, Gurley received a handoff and was supposed to run to his left. However, when he got there, he was met by his offensive line and nearly the entire Gamecock defense, so he had to improvise. In a moment of pure genius, Gurley turned...
Via College Spun
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Georgia's Todd Gurley head-butts opponent, doesn't get penalized

Georgia running back Todd Gurley exchanged some, let's say, pleasantries with a few South Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday. After a play in the second quarter, South Carolina linebacker Bryson Allen-Williams got in Gurley's face. Gurley, apparently, was not too pleased, and so he decided to head-butt him in the face. South Carolina's Jordan Diggs returned the favor with...
Via Fox Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Richt Doesn’t See Todd Gurley Staying At Georgia After This Season

Running backs aren’t the hot commodity in the NFL draft that they once were. No running backs were selected in the 2014 until the 54th pick, when the Tennessee Titans picked Washington’s Bishop Sankey. No running back has been picked in the first round since 2012, when Trent Richardson (No. 3), Doug Martin (31), and David Wilson (32) were taken. Richardson’s been a disappointment...
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

South Carolina Safety On Georgia RB Todd Gurley: ‘He Wants You To Be Scared Of Him’

For a defensive player, the sight of Todd Gurley bulldozing towards you has to be quite terrorizing. At 6-foot-1, 226 pounds, the Georgia running back is not only one of college football’s most talented backs, but one of the most physical, too.  Gurley’s combination of speed and power has turned him into, perhaps, the sport’s best player at the collegiate level. This season’s...
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Former NFL QB Fran Tarkenton Says Georgia RB Todd Gurley Can Be As Good As Jim Brown

Todd Gurley is the best running back in college football, according to most analysts and scouts. The Georgia running back started his junior season–likely his final in Athens, Ga.–with an incredibly impressive performance, rushing for nearly 200 yards and three touchdowns.  The Bulldogs’ star, a sure-fire first round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, is beginning to draw comparisons...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Todd Gurley: Small town star to superstar

Former Tarboro high school and current University of Georgia running back started off as a small town football player, and has now emerged as a national superstar. In his senior year at Tarboro, he led his team to the 2A North Carolina State Championship. Gurley also won 2011 North Carolina Associated Press Player of the Year scoring 38 touchdowns and rushed for 2,600 yards. He was...
Via The Penalty Flag
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Herschel Walker: Todd Gurley is best RB in college

Todd Gurley put on quite a show on Saturday in the Georgia Bulldogs’ high-stakes 2014 season opener against No. 16 Clemson. The star junior running back only touched the ball four times in the first half, but the 6-foot-1, 232-pound bruiser made a monumental statement by tearing through and wearing down the Tigers’ defense with 150 yards in the second half. Gurley finished...
Via Gridiron Grit
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Todd Gurley’s 100-Yard Kickoff Return TD Showcases Absurd Speed (Video)

If you haven’t heard of Todd Gurley by now… Well, after Saturday’s performance, that seems pretty unlikely. Gurley is hoping to break out in his third year as running back for the Georgia Bulldogs, and he got off to a great start with a performance for the ages in the team’s season opener against No. 16-ranked Clemson. The 6-foot-1, 230-pound tailback can run between the...
Via NESN.com
15 days ago  |  Discuss
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