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Mark Richt has been known for doing whatever he has to do to motivate his players. This video displays that he and his program are indeed at least metaphorically speaking experiencing a rebirth.
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Through the years, it hasn’t been all that uncommon to see celebrities pop up on the sidelines of major college football games and practices. Will Ferrell and Snoop Dogg were regulars at USC during the Pete Carroll era. Matthew McConaughey, his dimples and Lance Armstrong have been known to Hook ‘Em Horns on the Texas sidelines. And to quote Forrest Gump, Sam Jackson and Georgia...
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