Georgia RB Todd Gurley throws punch against Florida, doesn’t get flagged (GIF)


Nov 2, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Georgia Bulldogs running back Todd Gurley (3) runs with the ball against the Florida Gators during the second quarter at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The game between the Florida Gators and the Georgia Bulldogs in Jacksonville has gotten mighty interesting in the waning moments. After falling behind big early, the Gators have fought their way back to within three at 23-20.

Speaking of fighting, as usual, the tempers in this one are beginning to flare and fists are going to start flying, as Georgia RB Todd Gurley’s did a few moments ago.

A scrum began between the two teams after Florida’s Dante Fowler Jr. pushed Gurley off of him after a play. Things then got heated from there and Gurley got a little overheated and let his temper get the best of him by throwing a punch while the referees were trying to break it up.

 

The amazing part about all of this is that the official’s apparently missed Gurley getting that jab in and he wasn’t flagged for anything on the play.

After missing the last three games due to injury, this is Gurley’s first game back in action. He’s lucky that the refs didn’t flag him for this or he might have been looking at some more, unwanted time off.

[h/t] Bleacher Report

Tags: College Football Georgia Bulldogs Todd Gurley

  • Doug Tschopp

    when the sec reviews the tape he missing at least one more game

  • Georgia hater

    I was watching this game and they did flag him there were actually 4 penalties on that play 3 on georgia and 1 on Florida what confuses me is the ref says those penalties offset how is that

    • Robert Davis

      BC each team can only accept 1 penalty on a play…

  • Robert Davis

    Show the whole play please. Gurley was under the pile and that “gentleman” in the uf jersey was twisting and turning that ankle like he was starting up a lawn mower. If couldn’t have been more blatant. UF has always been a team of cheap shot takers. If you cant beat em, hurt their best player.