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Wednesday Dawg Bites Has Grievances To Air

NCAA Basketball: Northeastern at Georgia Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

If you’re a fan of Seinfeld, you know that today’s a special day - the one of which Festivus is celebrated.

This year’s given us plenty of grievances to air, to say the least. Among them - the CFP devaluing basically every other bowl game. When you do that and reinforce that these games don’t matter, it’s hard to be shocked when players have the same view. That factor is why optimism wanes each day with the growing list of Georgia players opting out.

Azeez Ojulari became the latest one, meaning that for now, the Dawgs will be down by nine starters in the Peach Bowl...for now.

2020’s been rotten, but it’s at least been good on the court inside Stegeman Coliseum.

With a game-changing 21-0 run, Georgia came from behind and pulled away from Northeastern on Monday. For those counting, Georgia is now 7-0 for the first time since 1982 in what just so happened to be the Final Four season.

On and speaking of unbeaten starts, the Lady Dawgs are in the same boat.

The whole coaching staff deserves an award for its sweaters, if we’re being honest.

If you delight in other’s taking missteps, Auburn University has done us all a great service. Honestly, this appears from the outside like Georgia hiring Ray Goff aside from the hire being an outsider.

It’s hard to imagine when the decision to take the wheels off the Gus Bus was made that this was the top choice. Sure, Harsin’s offense may fluster opposing defenses, and the play may be to hire a QB guru and go the LSU route and sell out and get incredible assistants to make up for head coach shortcomings, but this one feels like Bret Bielema from out west.

Anyway, Happy Airing of Grievances.