Another day, another report of "friction" at Georgia regarding the football program. Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman is reporting Thursday morning that there seems to be a divide between the "old guard" and the "new guard" regarding how the program is run. This comes a few days after Feldman reported that UGA was considering moving on from head coach Mark Richt.
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Richt has been at Georgia since 2001, and has led the Bulldogs to nine seasons with at least 10 wins. His squad is off to a 5-3 start this year.