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 Mark Richt - “Of all our guys, Mohamed is the one who really catches the ball with his hands. Rarely does he let the ball get to his body. For the most part, he goes to the ball and snatches it away from the defensive back better than any guy we have.”
 Mark Richt - “He think that's his most natural position, ... He likes (the middle) the best. His body type you wouldn't draw up for a (middle linebacker), but he lays the wood probably better than any of our linebackers”
 Mark Richt - “He's grown up a Bulldog. His grandfather, his father, his uncle all played for Georgia, Georgia football is in his blood. I think it does help.”
 Mark Richt - “We have rules that must be adhered to by all members of our team. It's sometimes an unpleasant duty of a coach, but discipline is an important part of team unity and ultimately, team success. Hopefully, an important lesson is learned that will be of benefit in the future.”
 Mark Richt - “That's a great advantage over just showing up when two-a-days begin in the fall. He'll have a good working knowledge of the system. He'll get used to the other players. He'll get used to the college life. He'll be able to work out over the summer with the team and build a good rapport.”
 Mark Richt - “I liken what's happening there to what's happening to our men's basketball team and Coach Dennis Felton. He's building the program and getting guys who do things right to make a foundation which will last for a long, long time.”
 Mark Richt - “I see our basketball team beginning to get these great commitments and beginning to build for the future, and I see the same thing from Coach Croom's team. I don't see either of those men looking for shortcuts.”
 Mark Richt - “My goal is not to cause somebody grief or to make anyone upset, ... My goal is to love these guys and put them in a situation where they can grow up to be the best men they can be. We are an authority over them, and I have influence over them, and I take that responsibility seriously.”
 Mark Richt - “He's just a big, powerful man with a lot of energy. He's got great tools. He's got a great attitude. I think he's going to do real well for a long time.”
 Mark Richt - “He has a great attitude every day in practice. He works hard in the games. He's making plays, he's pushing the pile, he's making people double-team him. He's been keeping people off our linebackers and he's really playing pretty well so far.”
 Mark Richt - “Saturday is going to be interesting with South Carolina-Florida and LSU-Alabama playing early in the day. Whether anyone wants to admit it or not, I'm sure each team's players will be paying attention to what happens in those games.”
 Mark Richt - “I know the BCS games get a lot more attention throughout the bowl season. You usually get a lot more people talking about your game.”
 Mark Richt - “Saturday is going to be interesting with South Carolina-Florida and LSU-Alabama playing early in the day, ... Whether anyone wants to admit it or not, I'm sure each team's players will be paying attention to what happens in those games.”
 Mark Richt - “Everything we have been doing is certainly not too hard for him to comprehend, ... What is going to be important is how everybody else plays around him. If you protect him, he will have a chance to find some receivers. If we give him some type of running attack, it will help him.”
 Mark Richt - “Sometimes people think there is not enough support for college athletics without the beer industry, maybe. I don't know if that is true. There would be other sponsors that would be excited about uniting with college football.”
 Mark Richt - “I don't think a playoff is the answer, ... I like college football the way it is. I really do. The regular season in college football is better than any sport in America, maybe the world.”
 Walter Ulbricht - “Because we have eliminated the anarchy of monopoly capitalism, we could develop this plan and take the first steps to fulfilling it.”
 Mark Richt - “I feel better about the defense overall today. I was getting a little concerned that things were getting a little too evenly matched. I think the defense ought to be a little ahead at this point, and the last couple times we've practiced it really hadn't been that way. But the defense really stepped it up.”
 Mark Richt - “Today was kind of a dress rehearsal for a dress rehearsal. We're a little ahead of schedule, as you always are this time of year.”
 Mark Richt - “That was enough adversity for a team without a lot of character and leadership to fold up, ... and they never did.”
 Mark Richt - “I'm proud of our guys. You always wonder how your team is going to react to some adversity. We were losing at the half, but the guys did a great job of doing what they had to do to win. Some people may not think it's a beautiful victory, but it is to me.”
 Walter Ulbricht - “The more you participate in our common endeavors, the more successful your work in the factory, mine, wharf or village, in an economic institute or in the arts, in commerce or administration, the sooner we will be where we all want to be.”
 Mark Richt - “I'm pleased and appreciative of the administration extending the contract. It says that the university wants us to be at Georgia and this is certainly where my family wants to be.”
 Mark Richt - “I'm pleased and appreciative of the administration extending the contract. I've been very blessed with a great staff and players during the past five years as well as tremendous support from our university and athletic administration, fans and student body.”
 Mark Richt - “They are a little different than some people we play. But it is not a smoke-and-mirror team. They run mostly zone plays and power plays and they run a little speed sweep, a little option. They love to establish the run. Most of their big plays passing come off the play action.”

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