Mark Richt: Decisions Large and Small

Summer 2007 - Cover Story
by Delia Corrigan

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Summer 2007 - Cover Story

University of Georgia head football coach Mark Richt is used to making decisions. On the field and across his desk come hundreds of daily decisions–choices that affect the outcome of a critical ballgame, his popularity and approval rating, the career of a young athlete, and his personal life. Many of those decisions have been good ones, resulting in impressive career stats, such as being one of only nine head coaches in NCAA Division 1 history to record 60 or more wins in his first six seasons. In 1985 he made one decision that stands out from all the others, one with eternal significance. But it came at a cost. Or did it?

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