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Embattled Richt looking to fix Georgias offense against Kentuckys struggling defense
Georgia head coach Mark Richt hugs his son Zack at the end of Saturday's game against Florida in Jacksonville, Fla. Florida defeated Georgia 27-3. - photo by Stephen B. Morton
ATHENS — The ongoing drama of Mark Richt’s attempt to save his job will continue on Saturday when Georgia plays a Kentucky team in similar need of a quick fix. The heat is on Richt as Georgia (5-3, 3-3 Southeastern Conference) has lost three of four, including lopsided setbacks to Alabama and Florida that raised the volume of fans’ complaints. The Bulldogs were eliminated from the SEC East race with last week’s 27-3 loss to Florida, and they haven’t reached the end zone in back-to-back games.
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