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On Monday, as Mark Richt was taking another lap on the booster circuit, he fielded a question from a fan concerning Georgia’s drug policy. Georgia has one of the strictest drug policies in the country, and it seems that every year, at least one player runs afoul of it, and ends up suspended. While this seems to some to be a competitive disadvantage, Richt took the opportunity to campaign for his policy. From Macon.com, we get Richt’s quotes: “I’ll stump a little bit,” Richt said as he got off his chair. “I don’t want our guys to smoke marijuana. I don’t want our guys to do anything illegal. I don’t want our guys to do anything that they shouldn’t be doing. So when you have policies that have a lot of teeth to it … The No. 1 thing our guys want is what? They want playing time. Well if I take that away from them, then that might teach the lesson a little bit better than not. You know what I’m saying? “Sometimes people say, well you don’t have any control of the team because you’ve
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Georgia’s offense will look quite familiar come August 31st when the Bulldogs take on Clemson, but the defense is another story. After losing defensive stars Jarvis Jones and Alec Ogletree to the NFL, as well as losing 7 other defensive starters, the Bulldogs have some, but not much, rebuilding to do. Only two starters who played all 14...
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While a majority of fans will be focusing on the Georgia Bulldogs first official day of fall camp (in case you missed it: they received their play books yesterday and hit the practice field today), there are some former Dawgs…Read more →
Today is “UGA Day” in Gwinnett, Georgia, so naturally we had to get a nice quote from Bulldogs coach Mark Richt — he didn’t disappoint. Richt was waxing poetic about South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney — here’s what he had to say:
Mark Richt on Jadeveon Clowney: “I think he might be the very best player to exist today, at any level.”
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Just how good is Jadeveon Clowney?
Most experts have already pegged the South Carolina defensive end at the consensus No. 1 pick in the 2014 NFL draft (in fact, most thought he would have gone first overall this year if he had been eligible), but one rival SEC coach aims his praise even higher.
Georgia head coach Mark Richt said Monday during a UGA Day fan event (via Macon.com) that...
Georgia Bulldogs senior tight end Arthur Lynch appears to be a big Johnny Manziel fan. I wouldn’t be surprised if Manziel took Lynch up on his offer, not like Manziel is one to turn down a good time and Athens, Georgia is a great party town.
Georgia head football coach Mark Richt has seen some pretty good football players in his day, so he should know something about talent.
Richt raised a few eyebrows during a UGA Day fan event when he was asked who would be harder to prepare for, Johnny Manziel, or Jadeveon Clowney?
Both are formidable, and difficult to prepare for, but Richt chose Manziel.
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Georgia Bulldogs coach Mark Richt called South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney the best player in the world, at any level of the game of football.
The legend of South Carolina Gamecocks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney continues to grow.The junior-to-be is expected to be the top overall pick in next year's NFL draft and for good reason. Clowney boasts an exceptional blend of size, speed, and power that wreaks havoc on opposing offenses.One of the people who knows Clowney all too well is Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt...