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May 6, 2011 12:00 AM

Georgia football: Mark Richt discusses Bulldogs from Columbus -- Jarvis Jones, Bruce Figgins and Isaiah Crowell

In his first five seasons as the head football coach at Georgia, Mark Richt led the Bulldogs to two SEC championships (2002 and ’05) and to another SEC title game appearance in 2003. His team also tied for the SEC Eastern Division title in 2007.

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Jason Butt joins The Telegraph after spending the past two years covering high school sports for The Washington Post. A 2009 University of Georgia graduate, he's also covered the Baltimore Ravens and Atlanta Falcons for CBSSports.com.

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