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Georgia coach gives movie review on "Fireproof"

October 7, 2008

Athens - Georgia is back from a bye week and ready to host Tennessee Saturday afternoon.

 It is a must win game for both teams.

eorgia coming off their first SEC loss to Alabama while Tennessee is 0-2 in the SEC.

Bulldogs were banged up after their battle with the Crimson Tide.

The open week allowed several Georgia players to get well for the Volunteers.

The bye week also allowed head coach Mark Richt to take his wife Katharyn to see Sherwood Baptist Church's movie "Fireproof" on Friday.

Richt played himself in "Facing the Giants" and was faced with a second trip to the theatre when visiting son Jon at Clemson on Saturday.

WALB News 10 Sports asked the coach his thoughts on the movie and the coach gives it a thumbs up.

Mark Richt said. "I thought I might fall asleep or something because I knew I had already seen the thing but it was actually better the second time around. There are so many messages in that movie. People need to see it."  

Georgia coach Mark Richt will not have times for movies this weekend.

His Bulldogs host Tennessee Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Sanford Stadium.

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