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Georgia Bulldogs: Clean Old-Fashioned Hate

The name of this rivalry says it all. Clean Old-Fashioned Hate. Nothing else needs to be said.

Georgia is 10-1 on the season, ranked No. 4 in the CFP, with the SEC East wrapped up, and looking to take on LSU next week for the SEC title. 779 more words

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WATCH: Retired college football coach Mark Richt 'doing fine' after heart attack

Former college football coach Mark Richt has shared that he had a heart attack Monday morning, but that he is doing fine.

Richt now serves as a TV analyst for ESPN and the ACC Network after nearly two decades as a head coach in the college ranks. 145 more words

NCAAF

Former Georgia Coach Mark Richt Suffers Heart Attack

Former Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt, who led the Dawgs to two SEC Championships (2002, 2005) and a 145-51 record in 15 seasons coaching the team, announced on his personal Twitter account that he… 621 more words

College Football

The Spread Offense: September 27, 2019|Georgia's 'Richtian' Experience and Week 4

This Week on The Spread Offense, Brian and Sam discuss some of the more interesting aspects of last weekend’s games. We discuss how Georgia doesn’t seem to have gotten Mark Richt fully out of the foundation, and Wisconsin looks preeeeeetty good right now. 14 more words

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TFW you're finally free

Yeah, this happened on national television.

That’s Mark Richt on the ground cuddling with the football pic.twitter.com/dkxlGtQETK

— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) September 1, 2019

Hey, there were times he made decisions that made me feel like that, too.

ACC Football

Friday morning buffet

One day ’til college football, and counting.

  • One thing Mark Richt hasn’t lost control of:  “I don’t think they are going to win but they are back…”
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SEC Football

It's better to burn out than to fade away.

Interesting quote from now-ACC Network analyst Mark Richt ($$):

Although he did not mention his health as a reason for stepping down when he…

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