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Jason Butt of the Columbus Georgia Ledger Enquirer says Mark "Richt has seen his fair share of criticism over the years." "thinking his teams have underachieved over the years"

“Mississippi talk radio host Bo Bounds, of ESPN The Zone 105.9, appeared on The Paul Finebaum Show in mid-June and lambasted Richt, saying, ‘He’s one of the most overrated coaches in the last decade of college football.’ “ 110 more words

Is Mark Richt Getting Job Done Now ?

26 Sports, 1 Team

Athletics play a huge role on campus at Stevens, whether it’s varsity, club, or intramural sports. There are a handful of club and intramural sports to go along with the 26 men’s and women’s varsity sports at Stevens. 390 more words


Nick Saban's excuse: Alabama distracted by NFL Draft grades

Nick Saban had about six months to figure out how Ohio State manhandled Alabama in a national semifinal game.

The best he could do?

He blamed the loss on the NFL. 209 more words

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Select Softball 2015 Junior National Championship features Texas Travelers

The 2015 tournament season is coming to an end, and select softball teams are starting to make plans to move up in age divisions for the fall season.   443 more words

04 Texas Travelers

Bill Shanks of macon.com gives Mark Richt hell.


“Now, I have been a loud critic of Richt the past few years. I think he’s a good but not a great coach. The love fest that follows Richt is ridiculous. 154 more words

Disparity 2nd Half Mark Richt Era

Braxton Miller ready for QB competition; thinks he's the Buckeyes best option

The story around Braxton Miller is quite the peculiar one. One would assume two Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year honors on a resume along with constant Heisman discussion is more than enough to entrench him as a starter. 207 more words

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Tulsa Celebrates Championship Doubleheader

July will be a big month for the Tulsa Sports Commission, as the city will be the host for two national championship tournaments at the same time later this month. 314 more words