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During an appearance on Sirius XM Radio, former Georgia head coach Mark Richt was asked about the Bulldogs' chances of winning a third straight national title...
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"It'll be tough, but the one thing they have, as you know, is great players," Richt said. "Just to get playing time, you better be ready to get after it every single day and take care of business. The thing that Georgia’s got now and similar to what we had at Florida State, we had kids that would stay and be a little patient and not just bolt every time something went wrong."
(The Spun)
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Funny how he had to reach back to reference the good players they had at Florida State instead of during his years at UGA. Remember that Kirby said the cupboard was bare on the offensive and defensive lines when he took over.
Reply14 days
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Mark is Tan AF
Reply17 days
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They gotta figure out the QB first before talking championship
Reply19 days
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He could never win us one. Thank god we have Kirby.
Reply20 days
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I can answer that one. NO. That is next to impossible to do. To win ONE title is tough. Back to back is incredible because it takes so much to go your way. Bama won in 2011 and 2012 but had a better team in 2013 than either of those years but a couple injuries here, a bad call there (Auburn O linemen being downfield on a pass). UGA has been lucky with the injury bug the last couple years too. Bennett never as much as had a sore shoulder or a tweaked ankle. It's one thing to lose a D lineman or a right guard but another to lose playmakers and they have been very fortunate in that regard. They will be good but somebody will get them this year. Plus, the leadership you lose with Bennett is irreplaceable.
Reply20 days
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Have you seen Georgia’s 2023 schedule? Powder puff overload.
20 days
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Too bad he did t win one- he’s a good man
Reply20 days
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If the CFP were in place during his tenure, he would have gone at least twice (2002 and 2007). He was a great coach in many ways; I love listening to his players talk about him. He made that program relevant after some down years. I'm thankful he's part of the program's history and is supporting them in his retirement, and I love that he's back in Athens. DGD.
20 days
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It'll be tough, but the one thing they have, a$ you know, i$ great player$$$

Nailed it, Coach Richt. The ONLY thing that has happened to Georgia is the cheating that has paid for all those players
Reply20 days
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Damn I love salty Barn tears.
20 days
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So you ask a former coach with serious health issues a question like that. Shame on the reporter.

:casty:
Reply20 days
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What was wrong with the question?
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