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Former Georgia, Miami Coach Mark Richt Joins ESPN’s ACC Network
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Former Georgia, Miami Coach Mark Richt Joins ESPN’s ACC Network
“I was able to coach for 12 seasons in the ACC, and so, I’m very excited about the opportunity to join ACC Network as a football analyst. I’m not only looking forward to helping tell the story of one of the greatest football conferences in America, but also staying close to the game that I love so much.” - Mark Richt

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RE: Former Georgia, Miami Coach Mark Richt Joins ESPN’s ACC Network
Most of Richt's ACC coaching days were as one of Bobby Bowden's assistants at FSU.

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1985–1988 Florida State (GA)
1989 East Carolina (OC)
1990–1993 Florida State (QB)
1994–2000 Florida State (OC/QB)
2001–2015 Georgia
2016–2018 Miami (FL)
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