Found December 20, 2011 on
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But once you cross that threshold, Mark Richt’s bound to be a repeat offender.
And Damon Evans – what a cheap bastard. Not for refusing to pay out the penny ante stuff that Richt eventually covered (that’s probably Michael Adams’ sanctimonious politics), but for turning it down with the knowledge that Richt was going to go ahead and pay it out of his own pocket anyway.
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That Mark Richt, how dare he generously give monetary payments to members of his football staff out of his own pocket! Doesn’t he know that good deeds like that are illegal according to the NCAA handbook?
Yes, Georgia coach Mark Richt committed secondary NCAA violations when he personally paid some coaches whom he felt deserved more money.
From the Atlanta Journal Constitution...
Believing members of his football staff weren't being compensated satisfactorily, Georgia coach Mark Richt unknowingly violated NCAA rules by paying them out of his own pocket.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports: Georgia football coach Mark Richt committed what was determined to be a secondary violation of NCAA rules regarding supplemental pay for making personal payments of more than $25,000 to assistants and support staff.
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