Richt: 'We need to evaluate everything' 

October, 10, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Asked after Wednesday’s practice to offer a midseason report card for his coaching staff, Georgia coach Mark Richt said last Saturday’s 35-7 loss at South Carolina didn’t necessarily spoil what had been an otherwise exciting first half.

But it definitely created reason to reassess what the Bulldogs’ coaches and players should have done differently.

“Overall I think we’ve coached really well. A lot of really good things have been happening,” said Richt, whose team dropped from No. 5 to 14 in the Associated Press Top 25 after the loss. “But when you lose a game the way we did, we need to evaluate everything.”
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