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Sport Former Georgia, Miami coach Mark Richt 'doing fine' after heart attack

19:41  21 october  2019
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Mark Richt , who retired from college football coaching in December after leading the University of Miami for three seasons, announced on Monday that he When I left Georgia after 15 years as head coach , I probably could have used a little decompression break at that time, or at least considered it.

Miami football coach Mark Richt announced his retirement Sunday after compiling a 26-13 record the past three seasons at his alma mater. "He brought Georgia back to prominence," said Colorado State coach Mike Bobo, who worked as Richt 's offensive coordinator.

Former Georgia and Miami coach Mark Richt suffered a heart attack Monday morning but said he is "doing fine."

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Richt said in a tweet sent shortly before noon ET that he plans to be back at work as an analyst at ACC Network this weekend.

"I am doing fine," he wrote, in part. "As I went through the experience I had peace knowing I was going to heaven but I was going to miss my wife."

Richt, 59, retired from coaching after last season, his third at Miami. He went 26-13 at his alma mater after leading Georgia back to prominence during his 15 years in Athens. His career record is 145-51.

He played quarterback at Miami from 1979-82 before moving into coaching, serving as an assistant at East Carolina and Florida State before landing the Georgia job heading into the 2001 season.

Richt signed on with the ACC Network as a studio analyst in April.

Georgia hit by massive cyber-attack .
A huge cyber-attack has knocked out thousands of websites - as well as the national TV station - in the country of Georgia. © Getty ImagesCourt websites containing case materials and personal data have also been attacked. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); In many cases, website home pages were replaced with an image of former president Mikheil Saakashvili, and the caption "I'll be back". The origin of the attack is not yet known.

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