If you're like me, Wednesday is about the point in the week when it becomes abundantly clear that you won't complete everything you wanted to get done before Friday's five o' clock whistle. Maybe the boss dumped something on you at the last minute. Maybe a coworker's slack must be taken up. Or maybe you spent all day Tuesday hoping against hope that an announcement would be released that would remove Todd Gurley from limbo only to be disappointed. Hey, stuff happens.
But cheer up. There's still time to make this week count. And to save you some valuable time, we've collected all the Georgia and SEC football news you need to know in one powerful package right here in your Wednesday morning 'Dawg Bites.
Second person tied to Gurley memorbilia case | Online Athens
Georgia compliance officials have now spoken with a second man in connection with that alleged front seat autograph session which Bryan Allen was in such a hurry to tell people about. The thing about thorough investigations is that they're thorough. And thorough takes time, especially once the lawyers get involved.
Practice report: Keith Marshall back in action - The Red and Black : Sports
While Keith Marshall wasn't incredibly effective early this season, I don't think there's any question that getting him back would bolster the tailback rotation.
Georgia moves Green back to tailback for the week | Georgia Bulldogs blog | Columbus Ledger Enquirer
Speaking of bolstering the tailback rotation, Mark Richt said as recently as Sunday that J.J. Green would not be moving back to tailback even if Todd Gurley remains suspended. Apparently he had a change of heart. I don't expect that Green will be responsible for the entire playbook, but the freshman season he spent at the tailback spot (averaging --- yards per carry, I might add) should help.
It sounds as if Todd Gurley is in good spirits as he continues to sit out. I can't imagine having one of the team's unquestioned leaders back out on the field is a bad thing, even if he can't suit up on Saturday.
Bernie has a hilarious reminder that selling college athletes' stuff on eBay is nothing new. And it sometimes gets a little grosser than autographs.
In non-Gurley news, Arkansas QB Brandon Allen showed some moxie against Alabama, which has some Arkansas fans thinking he may be alright. You may recall that it was only a few weeks ago that someone set Allen's truck on fire, which may or may not have had anything to do with his play on the field. Arson: it's how the Natural State shows it cares.