As you can tell by the headline, there’s some troubling news coming out of Syracuse this afternoon, with reports emerging that a member of the football program sustained injuries during the course of a brawl early Friday morning.
According to the Syracuse Post-Standard, Orange backup running back Prince-Tyson Gulley has been identified by university police as the victim of a stabbing. Gulley was stabbed multiple times when a fight broke out at an on-campus party early this morning.
Gulley remains hospitalized at this hour, although, thankfully, his injuries are being labeled as non-life threatening.
Neither the school nor head coach Doug Marrone have commented on the situation or the back’s condition.
As a true freshman in 2010, Gulley played in 10 games and was the No. 4 kick returner in the Big East. He exited spring practice as the backup to starter Antwon Bailey, and is being counted on to help replace the production lost by Delone Carter‘s departure for the NFL.
Gulley was a two-star member of the Orange’s 2010 recruiting class out of Akron, Ohio.