Mark Richt reacts to Georgia's new uniforms
The Georgia Bulldogs unveiled new uniforms Thursday for the 2020 college football season.
The white uniforms are a throwback to the 1980 national championship team, while the black alternates aren’t now; however, the Bulldogs look to bring those back in 2020 in addition to its normal uniforms.
The uniforms mostly had rave reviews. Rival fans did point out one aspect of the black uniform that was odd.
Former Georgia coach — and current ACC Network analyst — Mark Richt even spoke out on the uniforms.
Me and the watergirl love the look! https://t.co/mJy73ugsMd
— Mark Richt (@MarkRicht) September 18, 2020
The water girl is obviously Richt’s wife, Katharyn.
Richt coached the Bulldogs from 2001-15 before mutually parting ways. Georgia then hired Kirby Smart as Richt’s repalcement, and Richt became the head coach at Miami.
Richt left Georgia with an overall record of 145-51 and was a 2-time SEC Coach of the Year in 2002 and 2005. The Bulldogs won the SEC in those 2 seasons.
Georgia opens the 2020 season against Arkansas on September 26 at 4:00 p.m. ET.