Mark Richt didn’t spend his Sunday watching the NFL or acting in any way other than like a coach who expected to be back with his current team next season.

Richt flew about eight hours Saturday and Sunday in a plane to get to Lake Stevens, Washington, and spend about five hours with five-star recruit Jacob Eason, a 6-foot-5 drop back-style quarterback.

The Georgia coach left soon after the Bulldogs’ victory over Auburn. Jacob Eason’s father, Tony, knew about the trip. But it was a surprise for his son.

Eason and his father were impressed. Richt came home with the quarterback still firmly committed to Georgia at a position he needs to upgrade before next season.

“Man, Jake is going to Georgia,” Tony Eason told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Sunday night.

According to reports, Richt downed a 10-egg omelet and rode between Jacob and Tony in the family’s pickup truck on the trip.