Georgia's Todd Gurley is 'real close' to returning
Georgia coach Mark Richt says Todd Gurley is "real close" to returning from his sprained left ankle.
In what's a change of pace for Georgia this season, coach Mark Richt actually delivered some good injury news on Sunday. According to Richt, running back Todd Gurley is "real close" to returning from a sprained left ankle.
"I think what we want is a really healthy Todd Gurley," Richt said. "We want him to be at his best. We don't want him to go in there without being full speed because if you do it's not really safe for him. It also can cause another setback that might set him down even longer.
"Whenever he looks healthy enough and feels healthy enough, we'll play him."
Gurley hasn't played since injuring his ankle against LSU, missing Georgia's last two games against Tennessee and Missouri. However, he's still the team's leading rusher with 450 yards and four touchdowns.
Georgia travels to Vanderbilt this week.
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