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Mark Richt never blocked a player from transferring to a specific school while he was the football coach at Georgia from 2001 to 2015, even if that meant allowing them to leave for Southeastern Conference rivals such as Alabama or Auburn. In August, he was asked why. “Life is too short,” Richt told reporters ahead […]
In the wake of multiple high-profile players deciding against playing in bowl games, Miami Hurricanes head coach Mark Richt expressed disappointment in the trend Tuesday. Running backs Leonard Fournette of LSU, Christian McCaffrey of...Show More Summary
Miami coach laments the trend of potential NFL picks making a business decision
Mark Richt's first loss at Miami comes in excruciating fashion. No. 10 Miami was trying to come back on Florida State Saturday night, and the Canes connected on a well-executed fade route to, presumably, even the score at 20-20. ButShow More Summary
The U is gonna look like The U again, as of right now. Miami Hurricanes nostalgia is a powerful thing. And with the football team 4-0 under head coach and alumnus Mark Richt heading into a primetime game at home against rival Florida State (8 p.m. Show More Summary
University of Miami head football coach Mark Richt apparently serves as a part-time pastor for his team. That's why, last month, he made sure they had more than playbooks in their hands:
Mark Richt's only significant experience as a player in the Miami-Florida State series was in 1982, when four of his passes were intercepted and the Hurricanes lost. When it was … Click to Continue »
That was unexpected.
University of Miami head football coach Mark Richt apparently serves as a part-time pastor for his team. That's why, over the weekend, he made sure they had more than playbooks in their hands:
When University of Miami head football coach Mark Richt heard that not every member of his team had a Bible and that many of those who did had older versions they could hardly comprehend, he decided to do something about it.
Mark Richt was back in the state of Georgia Saturday, and what an interesting study in contrasts it turned out to be for his current team…
No. 14 Miami - 35 Georgia Tech - 21 FINAL Mark Richt moved to 14-2 overall in his coaching career against Georgia Tech as the Miami Hurricanes won their ACC opener 35-21. It was two consecutive scoop-and-scores in the second quarter that ended up being the difference, but Miami now sits undefeated at 4-0 and looks to be a tough out in the loaded ACC. Show More Summary
Is The U back?
Also: six teams moving way up in the ratings, six teams moving down, one of Ole Miss' biggest problems, and the guy who's actually spent more time in the end zone than Lamar Jackson has. Yes, it's early. No, Miami has not played a power-conference opponent yet. Show More Summary
Mark Richt is a great coach and recruiter, but it will never be the same.
During his first season as Miami's head coach, Mark Richt wants to watch eight-year-olds play football. It's all part of Richt's vision for bringing his alma mater back to where he thinks it should be on the field. The elementary school...Show More Summary
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Newly appointed Hurricanes football Coach Mark Richt isn’t afraid of heights. Or water. Or plunging into water from a great height. The 56-year-old might not have the form of an Olympian, but he certainly showed he’s got the guts on Friday when he executed a backflip off a 10-meter diving platform during the team’s football […]
It has happened to almost all of us at one time or another. We go through a bad breakup, mourn for a bit and then move on to a new significant other. We profess happiness but look back from time to time, checking out social media feeds and wondering what our former partners are up to these days. It happens in college football, too. Show More Summary