Syracuse RB Prince-Tyson Gulley In Training Camp After Stabbing Incident

Syracuse RB Prince-Tyson Gulley was stabbed multiple times at a party on the Syracuse campus. He will miss 7-10 days but will return to the playing field in mid-August.

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Syracuse's Prince-Tyson Gulley Out 7-10 Days Following Stabbing Incident

When Syracuse Orange running back Prince-Tyson Gulley was involved in an incident last week that left him stabbed multiple times, SU fans feared the worst. Friday they breathed a sigh of relief when head coach Doug Marrone announced that Gulley would only miss 7-10 days of practice as preseason camp began.

The good news was that sophomore running back Prince-Tyson Gulley, who was stabbed during a melee at a party July 29, was at media day activities and apparently will not face any disciplinary action. Gulley will not practice for about 7-10 days, Marrone said.

Gully is slated as the No. 2 running back, No. 1 kick returner and No. 2 punt returner on the current depth chart so he's expected to be a key contributor for the Orange this season. Antwon Bailey is the starting RB while freshman Adonis Ameen-Moore and sophomore Steve Rene are also expected to vie for playing time.

For more on Prince-Tyson Gulley and Syracuse football, keep an eye on Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician.

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Syracuse RB Prince-Tyson Gulley In Camp, Suspect Charged In Stabbing

Just a week after Syracuse Orange running back Prince-Tyson Gulley was stabbed at a late night party, Gulley showed up for the start of training camp on Friday.

The question remains whether or not he will suit up or if he’ll play anytime soon, but it was a great sign for SU fans who feared the worst when news broke last week.

Gulley is slated as the No. 2 running back on the depth chart behind Antwon Bailey. He is also slated as the No. 1 kick returner and No. 2 punt returner, so Syracuse coach Doug Marrone was clearly counting on Gulley to make an impact this season.

Meanwhile, police have a suspect in the stabbing that sent Gulley to the hospital.

Kivon Davis, of 105 Benedict Ave., Syracuse was accused of felony second-degree assault and misdemeanor fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, Syracuse police said.

For more on Prince-Tyson Gulley and Syracuse football, keep an eye on Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician.

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Syracuse RB Prince-Tyson Gulley Released From Hospital

Syracuse sophomore running back Prince-Tyson Gulley was on the Syracuse campus on Friday morning during a late-night party. Initial concerns were that Gulley would be critically-wounded, let alone miss an extended period of time on the football field.

Gulley spoke with The Orange Fizz and told them he was already out of the hospital and on the mend.

"I’m out of the hospital. Yeah, I’ll be back. I’m good. Just taking it slow now."

Now questions turn to the investigation into the man who stabbed the Syracuse player.

The suspect, a black male of unknown age about 6-feet-tall, is not believed to be an SU student. He was last seen wearing a white V-neck shirt, shorts, a green baseball style hat and is described as having short hair in dreadlocks and a pierced bottom lip, according to the DPS email.

For more Prince-Tyson Gulley and the Syracuse football team, visit Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician.

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Syracuse RB Prince-Tyson Gulley Stabbed, According To Reports

Syracuse Orange running back Prince-Tyson Gulley was stabbed on the Syracuse campus on Friday morning, according to multiple reports. Gulley, 19, had attended an on-campus party that reportedly broke into a fight. Gulley received multiple stab wounds, but they are not considered life-threatening injuries. Another victim was later found and sent to a local hospital for his injuries.

According to the Daily Orange, the school's Department of Public Safety believes the attacker is not a student at Syracuse. Our Syracuse blog wonders about the relationship between university students and those who live in the area:

I've heard personally from friends in the area who are not students, and people who were students. [T]he uneasy relationship that sometimes results from the non-student population mingling with the student population at parties, particularly on campus where this incident occurred.

But they are not jumping to any conclusions and caution us to not think that being at the party caused this to happen.

In a statement released by head coach Doug Marrone, the school acknowledged the incident and mentioned it would work with the authorities to reach a conclusion on this matter.

Gulley was expected to be a major contributor out of the backfield, as he was slated to be the second-string running back this fall. His status for the team is unknown right now.

For more on this developing situation, visit Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician.

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