Heisman Hopeful Suspended for Autographs

University of Georgia running back and Heisman candidate Todd Gurley has been suspended for two games by the NCAA for taking more than $3,000 in cash in exchange for autographed memorabilia. Georgia announced it plans to appeal the decision “immediately.” According to the NCAA, Gurley received the money over a two-year period, and will now be required to repay the money to a charity of his choice and serve 40 hours of community service. Gurley has already missed two games after being indefinitely suspended by the school.