Found May 22, 2012 on
Throw The Flag:
Rival coaches Mark Richt of Georgia and Paul Johnson of Georgia Tech both agree on one thing. They don’t need social media. They even claim to recognize the importance of it but do not have Twitter or Facebook accounts.
They both don’t see the need for it. Richt would rather talk to the recruit and Johnson said “I don’t think Twitter matters that much”.
Don’t worry if you are a Dawg or Yellow Jacket, your assistant coaches are actually using social media and doing what their coaches should be.
Mark Richt is even aware that there are people impersonating him on Twitter. There is even a fake account for Paul Johnson.
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