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Georgia head football coach Mark Richt's son David is a musician and worship leader. For non-Christian readers, that's the guy with the guitar in the contemporary church service who leads the congregation in singing whatever praise and worship song is popular on The Fish that week. (note to worship leaders: feel free to drop some Skillet into the service whenever you want.) The elder Richt one famously told ESPN that David had written his favorite song, a worship song called "Thinking About You."
Now David Richt has dipped his toe into music in a more secular vein as he takes part in a Georgia rap video, titled "Dawg Bite." Yes, you heard me. Luckily, he doesn't actually rap in it, leaving that to a rather large bearded man in a cowboy hat named Colt Ford. Which is exactly what you think a rather large bearded man rapping in a Georgia rap video would be named.
David, by the way, is the dark headed guy in the red "Dawg Bite" t-shirt sin...
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Mark Richt shares an awkward pose with son David.
Mark Richt took time out from his busy schedule as both head football coach at Georgia and as a music video extra to speak to the Touchdown Club of Athens, Ga. Among the various football-related subjects, Richt spoke about possible further conference expansion in the SEC.
“I wouldn’t be shocked to see the teams go...
If this off-season has proven anything it is that Georgia head coach Mark Richt is open to having his program star in videos sure to go viral. Unfortunately sometimes those viral videos end up being more of a mockery and target of ridicule than anything else. Dawg Bite is exactly that.
Mark Richt's son takes the lead on this rap anthem tribute to his dad's Bulldogs, making...
When we last left Georgia head football coach Mark Richt, he was appearing in a video called "Dawg Bite," featuring his son David. Well it didn't take long before the internet took the elder Richt awkward gestures and attached them to the music of one the reigning icons of the web, Epic Sax Guy.
There's ten minutes of this goodness, at least until someone...
I’m not a Georgia fan. I’m not even an SEC fan. But I’m still embarrassed by this.
Georgia coach Mark Richt isn't making any predictions, but he did say he would not be surprised to see the SEC expand to 16 teams.
It’s been a long time since the SEC released a terrible song/video, but thanks to Georgia the wait is over. Yes, Mark Richt is in it—and his son plays a feature role—and of course, OF COURSE, autotune is included prominently. WATCH THE 5 STARS POUR IN. I’d like to apologize in advance to the confused [...]
Georgia will open up their season on august 31st against a very talented and fast Clemson team. Taj Boyd and Sammy Watkins could easily both end up in New York in December. If you are a Clemson fan, then you and I share the same excitement about this game.
Though the offenses will rule the day, it is the defense that will be tested. Georgia Is looking to replace 10 starters...
Call me a crazy Georgia fan if you will, but after reading this feel free to praise me. The University of Georgia hasn’t seen a national title since Herschel Walker ran through countless defenses in 1980. If you can’t count, that’s 32 years. Well its 2012 and a new year for the bulldogs, led by what I consider the best leader in the SEC Aaron Murray. The second year starter...
Unless you are all hopped up on Smirnoff Ice or some drugs, you’ll probably find this video horrendous. Let’s take a minute to celebrate the Georgia Bulldogs fantastic failure. It’s absolutely terrible. Georgia rival coaches should play it in every recruit’s house they go. Enjoy the insanity.
Georgia sophomore guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope will enter the NBA draft.
Coach Mark Fox announced Monday that Caldwell-Pope has hired an agent, ending his college career.
Caldwell-Pope decided to turn pro after finishing second in the Southeastern Conference in scoring at 18.5 points a game. He also swept the player of the year awards handed out by The Associated Press and the...
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Georgia sophomore guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope will enter the NBA draft.
Coach Mark Fox announced Monday that Caldwell-Pope has hired an agent, ending his college career. Several draft analysts have projected him to go around the middle of the first round.
Caldwell-Pope decided to turn pro after finishing second in the Southeastern Conference in scoring at 18...
Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SEC.
Kind of awkward writing this morning with the events in West, Tx, and the still ongoing story up in Boston. But I guess everybody has a coping mechanism, and this might as well be mine. So please humor me for a few moments with this.
Paint the White House crimson.
Alabama linebacker C.J. Moseley describes what it was like...
The Georgia Bulldogs needed a replacement for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, and they found one on Wednesday.