WR King on the mend from hamstring injury

ORLANDO, Fla. — Receiver Tavarres King, sidelined with a strained hamstring in bowl practices on campus, pronounced himself feeling “good” prior to the team’s first Orlando practice. Georgia players ate dinner at the team hotel after arriving.

The team was scheduled to hold a light closed practice Wednesday night at a local high school.

“I got the rest over the break, got my (hamstring) right,” King said. “Hopefully I can go out there and do everything I normally do on a practice day.”

The team is scheduled to practice again this morning.

“We pretty much have the whole gameplan in right now unless coach (Mike) Bobo changed it over the break,” quarterback Aaron Murray said.

NCAA doesn’t reduce Gurley suspension on Georgia appeal

by Marc Weiszer

Three weeks after Todd Gurley was first suspended by Georgia, there is finally closure. An NCAA reinstatement committee on Thursday night denied the school’s appeal to... Full Story

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