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The Lady Sportswriter:
And with just a few words from the head man in charge, Malcolm Mitchell went from a potential two-way player back to a full-time wide receiver—the position he came to Georgia to play. See Richt’s comments on Mitchell in the below video from his Tuesday press conference (h/t Anthony Dasher)
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Let’s get right to the point, shall we? Rodney Garner is in line for a position at Auburn University. It’s not the first time Garner’s name has popped up for a potential job at another SEC school, but it’s the first time that I can personally see it as a definite possibility. Now, let me be clear here, I don’t have any inside information, nor am I connected in such a way...
Mark Richt was born and raised in Nebraska. Naturally, he grew up a fan of the Cornuskers, just like the rest of his extended family. As an adult he became the head fooball coach at Georgia, which plays Nebraska in the New Year's Day 2013 Capital One Bowl.
That's where things get awkward.
“I’m sure they’ll be cheering for the Huskers,” said Bill Richt,
In case it’s escaped the attention of anyone, Malcolm Mitchell is still one of the best players on the Georgia Bulldogs football team. “We’ll do what’s best for the team, but obviously, he’s a talented guy who can play on both sides of the ball. He’s got ball skills, that’s why he can make plays on offense,” Grantham said after practice Monday. “His length, his...
ATHENS - Georgia coach Mark Richt quickly shot down a pre-bowl storyline on Tuesday that was being kept alive during the last week.