The Todd Gurley case continues to grow interesting.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Friday afternoon that his University of Georgia suspension will likely last all season.
Someone familiar with the NCAA investigation of the possible violations by the running back told the AJC that it’s a “significant” case of the sale of memorabilia and that Gurley is unlikely to be cleared to return to the field this season.
Hephzibah Middle School will be closed for the remainder of the day after a gas leak was discovered Friday morning.
Students were transported to Hephzibah High School while officials determined the cause of the leak. Dee Griffin, spokeswoman for the Augusta Fire Department, said the smell is coming from a leaky valve on the roof of the building.
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is investigating an Aiken County detention center deputy who was recently fired for policy violations.
The allegations of misconduct go back to September, but the sheriff’s office didn’t make the information public until Thursday, through a news release.
The release stated that the deputy, who will not be identified during the investigation, was terminated and all information was turned over to SLED to determine whether any of the violations were considered criminal acts.