GIF: Mark Richt penalized during Auburn game

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Quick! Name the last coach you'd ever expect to see getting hit with a personal foul penalty.

When even mild-mannered Georgia coach Mark Richt is getting flagged, you know you've found yourself an exciting afternoon.

Here's Richt getting T'd up by head ref Penn Wagers while debating the matter of who came up from a pile with possession of a loose ball. As you have surmised from Richt's demeanor, it was an Auburn player who was deemed to have retained the football. Or maybe they were yelling about the Braves moving to a different county. I don't know. Just guessing:

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Tensions were already high after this was ruled a non-fumble by Auburn:

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However, Richt and Wagers have a little bit of hist'ry. Georgia fans have held for years that Wagers has had it out for the Dawgs ever since this little incident:

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