Georgia was hoping to get Todd Gurley back on the field. Looks like the No. 9 Bulldogs will have to wait two more games. The NCAA announced Wednesday that Gurley, once a leading Heisman Trophy contender, must sit out until Nov. 15 for accepting more than $3,000 for autographed memorabilia and other items over a two-year period. Gurley already missed the Bulldogs' last two games, and the school had petitioned for him to be reinstated in time for Saturday's Cocktail Party rivalry against Florida.
Utah lost big-play wide receiver Dres Anderson to a season-ending knee injury, a significant blow for an offense that has sputtered at times. Anderson led No. 18 Utah with 355 yards receiving and four touchdowns. The senior from Riverside, California, was hurt in the fourth quarter of Utah's 24-21 comeback win over Southern California on Saturday. Anderson, a team captain, finished the game with three catches for 30 yards, including a key reception that gave the Utes a first down on their way to the winning touchdown with 8 seconds remaining.