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Mark Richt at the 2012 SEC championship game.
The last moments of the SEC championship game are still hovering around Georgia head football coach Mark Richt. He was supposed to be talking about the Dawgs 2013 Capital One Bowl matchup against Nebraska on Jan. 1. Most of the talk, however centered upon Richt's game management in the last few seconds in the Dawgs' loss to Alabama.
"Q: When you were watching the tape. Obviously you watched the last 15
seconds. If you had to do it over again, would you do anything
A: No. I guess I can use this time. When you no huddle,
you go with tempo. We want to go with pace and that’s what we’ve been
doing all year long. Part of going no huddle is when you have a defense
on the run, you snap the ball again, you’re not looking to stop play.
You don’t need to stop play. Play was stopped because we had a first
down. With 15 seconds, strategically if you’re able to call a play, you
can call that play...
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