-Georgia running back Todd Gurley applied to have his eligibility reinstated yesterday to the NCAA. Gurley was suspended indefinitely by Georgia after allegations that Gurely accepted payments in exchange for autographs for several memorabilia dealers in the area. The university has completed their internal investigation and has turned their findings into the NCAA, along with the proper paperwork to have Gurley reinstated. According to a source that is familiar with the situation, said the process of the eligibility commitee usually has a ruling within 24 hours. UGA can also appeal the ruling if the commitee does not reinstate Gurley.
Here is the statement that the University of Georgia released:
Since completing its initial review of the eligibility matter involving UGA student-athlete Todd Gurley on October 9, the University has been supporting Todd and cooperating with his legal counsel as they review the matter.
The University hopes for and expects a prompt ruling by the NCAA so that Todd, his coaches, and teammates can adequately prepare for our next game.
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