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Georgia running back Todd Gurley missed the Bulldogs' overtime win against Tennessee due an ankle injury suffered the week before against LSU. Mark Richt told reporters that the star running back will likely sit for a second straight week with the ankle injury. Reports indicated that Gurley is just 50/50 at this point in time. This is the latest in a rash of injuries that has plagued Mark Richt's squad. Earlier this week it was announced that RB Keith Marshall and WR Justin Scott-Wesley would miss the remainder of the season with ACL injuries. Georgia will turn to 5-9, 183 pound true freshman RB J.J. Green.
Todd Gurley will not practice today. Richt at first says Gurley is "doubtful," then backtracks, but it's clear Gurley now less than 50-50.— Seth Emerson (@SethEmerson) October 8, 2013