Bulldogs guard against more heartbreak on Rocky Top
By Chip Towers
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. —
When Georgia finally put away LSU on Saturday with a couple of kneel-downs, Georgia coach Mark Richt ran along the hedges at Sanford Stadium with his arms raised in jubilation. He swallowed up his wife, Katharyn, in a tearful embrace and broke down again in a postgame interview with CBS.
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