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posted by Joel Kight in Bulldog Football

What made Coach Richt so mad?

December 3, 2012

Saturday was a true disappointment for Georgia and Bulldog fans.  The players and coaches worked hard and in the end, didn't win the big game.

Over the past season, a number of fans have voiced the concern that Coach Mark Richt and Georgia Quarteback Aaron Murray don't have what it takes to win big games.

One critic decided to confront Richt during the post-game press conference on Saturday night.

Check out this exchange between the reporter and a pretty mad Richt:

 

Did this reporter have a vaild point? If so, was this the right time to ask that question?

Was the reporter out of line?

When I watched the video, I was glad that Richt reacted the way he did. Richt is normally very subdued about his emotions in public and its good to see him get mad and show some frustration. I'd like to see more emotion from Richt. Do you agree?

If you were Richt, what would you have said to the reporter?

 

 

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