Take It on Faith: Richt Seeks a Title

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Mark Richt was an assistant coach under Bobby Bowden at Florida State in the 1980s and early 1990s, when season after season the Seminoles fell short of the national title. If it wasn't one thing, it was wide right.

Finally in the 1993 season, FSU broke through and was crowned champion. Soon after, Bowden held a staff meeting. Richt, now head coach at Georgia, remembers it well.

"Coach Bowden looked around the room, 'They said we could never win the big one. And now we won it. Now that we finally won it, do you feel any different now?' " Richt recalled on Monday. "He went around the room and everybody said, no not really. We all answered no.

"And Coach Bowden said, 'You know why you don't...

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