- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
ATHENS, Ga. -- Coaching college football is not an advisable career path for those seeking a permanent residence.
Because of the transient nature of the profession -- and the typical coach's occasionally antsy disposition -- it is unusual for most to stay in one location for any significant length of time.
That personality type does not fit Georgia's Mark Richt.
A candid coach and AD explain how, after hot seat talk and rumors of Richt exploring other options, they've now arrived at contract negotiations for a man who plainly wants to live out his life as Georgia's coach.