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Thursday Morning Dawg Bites

Who knew Paul Finebaum could be a competent journalist if he stopped fielding calls from hillbillies and really put his mind to it?

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We’re only a few days away from kickoff in Nashville. I wasn’t worried about Tennessee and I’m even less worried about Vanderbilt (since they manage to actually maintain their playing surface). Given the propensity of the Dawgs to drop these kinds of games in the last decade, perhaps I should be. But these Dawgs aren’t the Dawgs of the last decade. So it’s time to let the good times roll. These are your Thursday Morning Dawg Bites:

Wide receivers coach James Coley was not happy with the work of some of his receivers. He was heard loudly criticizing his players after not catching passes thrown to them.

“The biggest thing, is that the wind blows higher at the top”

EPIC. The wind does, in fact, blow higher at the top... by the very nature of it being at the top. Attaboy, Bob.

That’s all for now, folks. Until later...