ATHENS, GA (WALB) -
The University of Georgia says star running back Todd Gurley's status is still in limbo.
Thursday afternoon, UGA released this statement:
"Today, President Jere W. Morehead, J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics Greg McGarity, and other University of Georgia representatives met in Indianapolis with the NCAA Committee on Infractions to discuss the ongoing case of the UGA head swimming and diving coach. "
"While in Indianapolis, Georgia representatives also met with the NCAA eligibility staff regarding the ongoing matter involving Todd Gurley. There is no new news at this time and no further comment is necessary."
The statement comes after Georgia head coach Mark Richt said he expected the suspension to stay in place this week.
Gurley sat out last week's win against Missouri after charges were made that he signed hundred of pieces of memorabilia, possibly for money, in violation of NCAA rules.