The former Dawgs teaches Mark Richt chosen for the CFB Hall of Reputation

ATHENS——– Former Georgia college football coach Mark Richt has been chosen for College Football Reputation Running Back according to a Class of 2023

Richt is the fifth former UGA coach to be elected to the university's hall of reputation along with sixteen former players.

During his tenure at UGA from 2001 to 2015, Richt compiled a record of 145-51 (.738) and became the named Southeastern convention teacher of the year in 2002

He led the team to two SEC championships (2002 & 2005), 5 SEC Championship Game appearances, 15 consecutive bowl games (10-5)

Richt became one of four players in NCAA Division I-A history to report one hundred thirty-five wins or more in his first 14 seasons. 

Twenty-four of his players went on to play in the first Bowl. One of them, Thomas Davis of the Carolina Panthers,

Georgia former players and coaches previously inducted into college hall of reputation: Instruct Glenn "Pop" Warner, 1951; Bob McWhorter, 1954

Frank Sinkwich, 1954; Charley Trippi, 1959; Vernon "Catfish" Smith, 1979; Hartman bill, 1984; Frank Tarkenton, 1987; teach Vince Dooley

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