Richt's new deal '98 percent' done 

February, 8, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- The UGA Athletic Association Board of Directors' quarterly meeting Wednesday brought little in the way of decisive action, but plenty of discussion of what is on the horizon.

Included in the discussions were contract talks, the possibility of a college football playoff and scheduling possibilities in the newly reconfigured 14-team SEC.

The board -- which had two members openly express concerns about the direction of Georgia’s football program at its last meeting -- met in executive session to discuss a contract extension for head football coach Mark Richt.
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