Todd Gurley rushed for 73 yards on eight carries before leaving with an injury against LSU. (Mike Stewart/AP)
Georgia running back Todd Gurley missed the second half of Saturday's game against LSU after suffering a sprained left ankle, Bulldogs coach Mark Richt confirmed.
Gurley injured himself early in the second quarter when he was forced out of bounds by LSU's Craig Loston and turned his ankle awkwardly. Gurley had his ankle taped, and when he returned to the sideline for the second half, he was wearing a walking boot.
After Georgia's 44-41 win over LSU, Richt said he had no information on a timetable for Gurley's return.
Gurley recorded 73 yards on eight carries before leaving the game. He had registered 377 yards and four touchdowns through the team's first three games.