Georgia QB: Richt teaches players to be ‘better husbands, better wives’

Graham Watson
July 21, 2011

Media days can be hectic, especially if you play in the SEC and hundreds of reporters are swarming trying to get your thoughts on everything from the team's offense to new Nike Pro Combat uniforms.

So it's easy to understand why Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray might have gotten tongue-tied on one of his answers, making for one of the funniest gaffes of the two-day event.

You know what? Murray could be right. Some of his teammates might make great wives (I'm sure there's a joke in there about the 11 players whoe were arrested last year). Coach Mark Richt's wife can often be seen on the sidelines during football games passing out water to the players. She also was the team statistician for her high school.

Hey, just like the NCAA says, some athletes go pro in something other than sports.

Curtsy (female version of the hat tip) to Kyle Tucker of the Virginian-Pilot .
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