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January 25, 2013
Gulley, Crume, and Davis to miss spring practice
Syracuse running back Prince-Tyson Gulley (Cleveland, Ohio), defensive tackle Eric Crume (Detroit, Mich.) and linebacker Dyshawn Davis (Woodbury, N.J.) will miss Spring practice due to upper body injuries that required surgery. Syracuse University physician Dr. Brad Raphael performed the surgery in early January. Gulley, Crume and Davis will be evaluated throughout the rehabilitation process. Their status for the 2013 season will be determined in June.
Gulley, a rising senior, was SU's second leading rusher in 2012 (63.8 yards per game). In SU's bowl victory against West Virginia, Gulley earned the Most Valuable Player award after gaining 213 yards on 26 carries, caught five passes for 56 yards, and scoring three touchdowns.
Crume, a rising junior, had 15 tackles, including two for a loss of yards, forced a fumble, had a fumble recovery and a blocked kick in 2012.
Davis, a rising junior, had 69 tackles, including 14.0 for a loss of yards and one sack. He also recovered two fumbles and had an interception.