CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) - Georgia tailback Todd Gurley and wide receiver Malcom Mitchell both left the fifth-ranked Bulldogs' game with No. 8 Clemson with injuries in the first quarter Saturday night.
Gurley hurt his thigh and headed back to the locker room after a 75-yard touchdown run. Mitchell left the game with an injured knee after the Bulldogs' first series. Georgia officials did not say whether either player would be back.
Gurley is part of the Bulldogs two-back tandem with Keith Marshall. Gurley ran for 1,385 yards and 17 touchdowns, trailing only Herschel Walker's freshman record.
Mitchell was Georgia's second-leading receiver in 2012 gaining 572 yards in his sophomore season.

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