Georgia tailback Todd Gurley underwent ACL reconstruction on Tuesday and already has started the rehabilitation process, according to UGA.
“He’s doing very well,” coach Mark Richt said before the Bulldogs’ practice on Wednesday “He actually shot me a picture of him. I said is this from before or after surgery? He said, ‘It’s after.’ And I said, ‘You look pretty good.’”
Gurley injured the knee on his 29th carry of the Auburn game on Nov. 15. He had 138 yards at the time. It was his first game back after sitting out four games due to an NCAA suspension for accepting improper benefits.
Gurley, who projected as a top 10 NFL draft selection, is not expected to return to Georgia for his senior season. He ranks No. 2 in school history in career touchdowns (44), all-purpose yards (4,322) and rushing yards (3,285). He also holds the UGA record for career average yards per carry (6.44), edging out Charley Trippi (6.42),
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