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Infront of a live studio audience (I believe they were in one of the team meeting rooms) Scott kicks things off congratulating Coach Richt (noticeably hoarse), who adds that it’s a good thing. Still in control of our own destiny. Bowl eligible and still have all of our goals in front of us. Got to get ready for a big ball game. Scott asks about his voice and Richt says it’s from cheering too loud, as well as straightening out a few “knuckleheads”. By the end of the game he’d lost his voice.
Jordan in Cumming (child) asks about the place kicking concerns. Wonders who is going to coach him this week after his struggles hitting the goalposts. Has heard this is a shared responsibility and there is not a special teams coach. Richt thanks Jordan and says his dad must have put him up to that, he read it verbatim it sounds like. Tells him to tell his dad to call next time. (pauses) Says Marshall Morgan is a good kicker. Has missed a few. But if anyone watched him on a regular basis and knew what they were talking about they would know that he is doing a good job. Obviously he pulled it left some and then over corrected and pushed it right. He’s our kicker, they’ve got faith in him and he’ll be fine.
Scott asksRicht to re