by TD Staff ReporterOctober 10, 2014
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Chip Towers with AJC.com is reporting that the latest NCAA investigation into possible memorabilia-related violations involving Georgia running back Todd Gurley may end his season:
A person familiar with the investigation of the possible violations by Georgia running back Todd Gurley told the AJC on Friday that it’s a “significant” case of the sale of memorabilia and there is a possibility that Gurley may not be cleared to return to the field this season.
Unlike the case involving Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M, the source says, there is evidence that wasn’t available in the Manziel case. Manziel got a half-game punishment last season to start the year.
Other sources familiar with the investigation say a determination of punishment should be made by early next week.
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