Georgia running back Todd Gurley has not returned since having his ankle rolled early in the second quarter. Prior to the start of the second half, coach Mark Richt told CBS that he "sprained his ankle. I'm not sure how bad it is. We'll just have to see."
It's safe to assume there won't be much to see, Gurley is in a boot and street clothes. He had 73 yards on eight rushes before leaving. Georgia plugged in Keith Marshall (95 yards on 18 carries so far) and remains in the game, but LSU just capped off an 11-play, 70-yard drive with a Kenny Hilliard two-yard touchdown run. The back-and-forth game continues into the final 10 minutes of the fourth quarter, tied at 34.