Agonizing movie choices aside, the conversation drifted towards his calm demeanor on the sidelines amid a time when coaches are regularly caught by television cameras unprofessionally screaming at their players.
“You can spend time being angry and blasting people,” Richt said. “Just like, say in the middle of a game and something wrong happens. Well you can find that kid and ream him and blast him and yell at him and scream at him and make a big fuss about it or you can say, you know what, we had a mistake. We had a problem. Now what do we got to do to win?
“I mean I don’t need to like berate some kid in front of everybody on national TV to make myself feel good or look tough or powerful. There’s enough of that going on and it’s just part of who I am.”
Perhaps Florida Gators coaches should take note…