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The University of Georgia officially announced the two-year contract extension of head coach Mark Richt on Wednesday.

Richt's contract will run through the 2019 season and he'll receive a raise to $4 million a year. Per CBSSports.com:
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"I appreciate the confidence that Greg McGarity has in the direction of our football program and how we represent the University of Georgia,” said Richt. “Our staff has an outstanding work ethic and we are committed to the development of our student-athletes on and off the field."
Richt owns a 136-48 record as the head coach at Georgia overthe last 14 season. The Bulldogs finished the 2014 season with a 10-3 record and a 34-17 victory over Louisville in the Belk Bowl.
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hahaha.
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lol yall got beat by mediocrity
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Congrats UGA on 2 more years of mediocrity
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