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The University of Georgia announced Wednesday that junior tailback Todd Gurley has requested reinstatement to the team and that he has the support of the school.

The University of Georgia announced this morning that it supports the reinstatement of junior tailback Todd Gurley and that it will file paperwork with the NCAA later today.

Credit Scott Hendrix for seeing this coming.

Georgia is in the driver's seat in the race for the Southeastern Conference East Division championship with its 4-1 league record, which was bolstered the past two weeks with wins at Missouri and Arkansas.

The Georgia Bulldogs seem to have this chip-on-the-shoulder thing all figured out.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Nick Chubb provided an encore performance more than worthy of his well-known predecessor.

The Georgia Bulldogs played 11 quarters this season before Brendan Douglas finally got some rushing attempts in the waning stages of a 66-0 win over Troy, but that was irrelevant this past Saturday.

The game was not hanging in the balance, but that didn't make the moment any less special.

Georgia football coach Mark Richt insisted his secondary under first-year defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt was improving, even after the Bulldogs surrendered 264 passing yards and three aerial touchdowns to Tennessee's Justin Worley on Sept. 27.

The Georgia Bulldogs play Arkansas in Little Rock this Saturday, but which Razorbacks team will they face?

The Georgia Bulldogs learned before last Thursday's practice that they would not have junior tailback Todd Gurley for Saturday's game at Missouri.

COLUMBIA, Mo. — No Todd Gurley? No problem for Georgia.

Georgia's defense under first-year coordinator Jeremy Pruitt had a performance for the ages in Saturday's 34-0 skunking of No. 23 Missouri.

After dazzling the college football world the past several Saturdays, Georgia junior tailback Todd Gurley made news of the unwelcome kind Thursday afternoon.

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