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Georgia expected to hire Kirby Smart, who would jump into a job with big expectations

38 minutes agoSports / Baseball : Baseball Nation

The Alabama defensive coordinator would be heading back to his alma mater. Georgia has reportedly found a replacement for 15-year head coach Mark Richt, and is expected to hire former Bulldogs player and Alabama defensive coordinator...Show More Summary

Kirby Smart to become new UGA head coach

Kirby Smart, the 39-year-old defensive coordinator from the University of Alabama, will become the new head football coach at the University of Georgia. The AJC is reporting that an announcement naming Smart as Mark Richt’s replacement could come as soon as Sunday or Monday. Smart has been mentioned as a leading candidate to replace Richt

Some Georgia Republicans want Mark Richt to run for governor

Maybe Georgia's ex-coach does have a higher calling? The state of Georgia may not want Mark Richt coaching the Bulldogs anymore, but that doesn't mean they don't like him. 2 GOP sources say Georgia campaign strategists are trying to recruit @MarkRicht to make a run for Ga Governor in 2018. Show More Summary

No, Mark Richt Is Not Running For Governor Of Georgia

Mark Richt is the hot news story of the week.  And in politics, like in coaching positions, rumors – no matter how ridiculous or baseless – can be “fact” to fill a vacuum until real facts can later replace them. Then, occasionally, we have the glorious times when sports rumors meet political rumors.  If ever …

Debate: Who Should Be UGA's Next Head Coach?

With Georgia firing Mark Richt, who should the Bulldogs hire to be their next head coach? Read more College Football news on

Georgia's next head coach is set to win big, thanks to Mark Richt's recruiting

The Dawgs have an excellent shot at another SEC East title in 2016, no matter who their head coach is. There's a good chance firing Mark Richt is going to work out just fine for Georgia, just as keeping him likely would have. That'sShow More Summary

SEC Football Q&A: Should Texas A&M HC Kevin Sumlin Be on the Hot Seat?

The regular season is in the books, which means it's time for our favorite time of year—coaching silly season. LSU's Les Miles almost was fired, Georgia's Mark Richt was given his walking papers, and coordinators around the country are...Show More Summary

Georgia football players kept from speaking to media after meeting with Mark Richt

11 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

As you might expect, University of Georgia football players were upset over the news that head coach Mark Richt had been dismissed after 15 seasons. Some of them were surely interested in expressing their displeasure to the local media and reporters covering the team were standing by ready to get some quotes. Show More Summary

Here's a preposterous idea! What if Mark Richt returned to Georgia as offensive coordinator?

Fans would yell for the OC to replace the head coach after every two-game losing streak, you say? That happens anyway. Outgoing Georgia head coach Mark Richt is a man with options. "I will have an opportunity to look at a lot of options," he said on Monday. Show More Summary

Les Miles and Mark Richt: When Do You Fire a Stagnant Head Coach?

yesterdaySports : The Big Lead

Georgia and LSU disappointed this season. The disappointment fit an established mold. The Bulldogs parted ways with Mark Richt. The Tigers (...)

College coach with $18 million guaranteed contract regrets win at all costs mentality

University of Georgia head football coach Mark Richt got fired yesterday, just ten months after he got an $800,000 annual raise, which kicked his base compensation to $4 million per year, before “performance incentives,” which could have totaled another $1.8 million annually. Richt’s contract, which was originally signed in 2012, and extended in January through […]

Georgia Recruits React to Bulldogs Parting Ways with Coach Mark Richt

After closing the 2015 regular season with four consecutive wins, Georgia had the looks of a program gearing up for a run toward the nation’s top-rated recruiting class. However, the Bulldogs abruptly fired head coach Mark Richt on Sunday—which...Show More Summary

Mark Richt kept recruiting a star QB for Georgia even after being let go

That's a nice development for the next coach. Georgia let coach Mark Richt go after 15 seasons because the Bulldogs weren't happy with consistent 10-win seasons. However, rather than get bitter, Richt kept recruiting for UGA, advising its top recruit to stick with the school. Richt spoke to top #UGA QB recruit Jacob Eason last night: "Be patient. Show More Summary

Mark Richt: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation on Coach's Future

Speculation that Mark Richt will retire is apparently premature, as the former Georgia coach said he " will listen to anyone that is interested in him," according to Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports. Continue for updates. Richt Still Wants to Coach Monday, Nov. Show More Summary

First Slice 11/30/15: Mark Richt is out of a job and lots of people are sad

Mark Richt, who had the second highest number of wins as University of Georgia football coach is out of a job. Godspeed to the next coach who comes in the job with the expectation they will immmediately lead the team to a national championship.…

Former and Current Georgia Players 'Mad' and 'Angry' Bulldogs Fired Mark Richt

For nearly two weeks in late November, the entire college football world was on "Les Miles watch." The head coach of the Tigers appeared to be on the hottest seat in America, and a sloppy win over Texas A&M coupled with intense fan and...Show More Summary

Mark Richt gave UGA as many awesome seasons as Vince Dooley did. Better nail this hire, Dawgs.

Georgia got tired of nearly constant 10-win seasons. The next guy better be able to top that. 1. Let's play some mad libs. Hmm. I'm going to change just a few details from what I wrote when it looked like LSU was about to fire Les Miles. Losses matter. Show More Summary

The Georgia job is open, and college football's coaching carousel just went wild

Good morning! It's your daily digest of college football stuff. The college football coaching carousel continues to turn, and the big news on Sunday was that Georgia has split with coach Mark Richt. Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart is the Bulldogs' top target. Show More Summary

Leonard Floyd Announces He's Leaving Georgia: Latest Comments and Reaction

The Georgia Bulldogs lost more than head coach Mark Richt on Sunday. Junior linebacker Leonard Floyd took to Twitter and announced his intention to depart from the program following the season: It apparently wasn't the only time theShow More Summary

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