Georgia lawmakers want $25,000 fine, jail for Gurley-like transactions

Georgia lawmakers want $25,000 fine, jail for Gurley-like transactions

Call it Gurley's Law: The next guy who tries to pay a Georgia running back for his autograph may want to think twice after state lawmakers proposed new penalties this week including jail time and a $25,000 fine.

The attempted crackdown comes after NCAA officials last month suspended Georgia running back Todd Gurley four games for accepting money from memorabilia dealers.