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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

As history has shown, when Mark Richt does what we tell him, good things happen

I've been saying for several, several years now, that Mark Richt should assume responsibility for special teams. The NCAA limits assistant coaches, so to not short one position or another, the head coach has to take command of special teams if they aren't going to run a positional unit. Since Richt won't stay QB coach/OC, that means he needs to take over the kicking game.

Well, I guess better late than never, he's once again letting the boys at S&G help fix what's ailing.  From Marc Weiszer....

“One thing I can do as head coach, I think I can at least spend time learning the kicking and punting fundamentals well enough to be their coach,” Richt said. “Right this minute I wouldn’t say I have enough expertise to do that but I think this offseason it would be wise for me to do something like that. I am freed up enough to do that. If that’s my contribution to special teams in the future, I think that would be valuable.”

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