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There's A White House Petition Attempting To Get Georgia RB Todd Gurley Pardoned For Alleged Wrongdoings

Georgia fans are hoping the President of the United States of America can help their football team. 

Bulldogs' star Todd Gurley has been suspended indefinitely by the NCAA for reportedly accepting money for autographs. The junior running back has been the Heisman frontrunner since the beginning of the season. Georgia (4-1, 2-1 SEC), ranked No. 13 in the country, is fairly deep at the tailback position, but having to play without Gurley would clearly be a major detriment to Mark Richt squad's chances of winning the SEC East. 

A group of Georgia fans are hoping Barack Obama can pardon Gurley for his alleged wrongdoings. They've started a White House petition.

The petition has a goal of 100,000 signatures by Nov. 8. With only 3,630 so far, it obviously has a way to go. 

Georgia faces No. 23 Missouri in Columbia this Saturday.