CLEMSON -- Four-star running back Todd Gurley of Tarboro, N.C., chose Georgia over Clemson on Friday, the second 2012 running back prospect in as many months to choose Georgia over Clemson.

Fellow four-star prospect Keith Marshall also tabbed the Bulldogs. Clemson is thin at running back after starter Andre Ellington. Freshman Mike Bellamy is indefinitely suspended and the roster does not contain another viable starting running back.


The Charleston Blazing Hawks will take on the Knights of Miami in the Hall of Fame Bowl on Sunday at noon in Homestead, Fla.

The Knights, who went 12-1 during the 2011 season, are the defending Southeast Football League champions.

The Blazing Hawks, the two-time defending North-South Football League champions, went 10-10 this season, their first in the Southern American Football League-South.


Trailing 16-6 against sixth-seeded Bucknell, The Citadel wrestling team posted victories in the final four matches of the dual meet to overtake the Bison by a 21-16 final to earn a split in the first day of action at the Virginia Duals at the Hampton (Va.) Coliseum.

The Bulldogs return to action Saturday morning against North Carolina at 10 a.m.

After falling to No. 21 Kent State 24-12 in the opening round, the Bulldogs rallied to overcome the 10-point deficit against Bucknell to survive to wrestle another day. No. 18 Turtogtokh Luvsandorj got things rolling with a 3-2 decision victory at 174 to cut the deficit to seven before Josh Tuck scored a pinfall victory over Jamie Westwood at 184 and bring the Bulldogs within a single point. From there, a takedown in overtime by Kelby Smith scored him a 10-8 decision at 197 before Odie Delaney sealed the win with a close 5-4 victory at heavyweight.