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Don't be like the ESPN guys and make a big deal of this. It's about football. I'm proud of Sam for his courage. But more than anything, glad to see a really good player get a chance to make a living doing something he's good at."It's interesting that you have that being that big of a deal. But it is a big deal," Richt said of Sam. "Anybody who has the courage to tell the truth about themselves that may be controversial, I give them credit. It shouldn't be that big of a deal, but it is. And because it was, it took courage."Alabama head coach Nick Saban was asked Tuesday about whether he'd recruit a gay player, and said he wouldn't have a problem with it. Richt was asked if he felt the same way."I mean, if the guy can play," Richt said, chuckling, "then yeah we'll recruit him."
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We've come a long way since Knowshon's first year in Athens folks. Because the bigger story is that neither sophomore nor incoming freshman will have designs on the scout team either."Keith's working really hard. I don't think he has any limitations at all in his offseason conditioning," Richt said. "I don't anticipate him having any limitations when football begins."In other words, barring a setback Marshall will play and at least be Todd Gurley's top backup."We're not thinking redshirt at all for Marshall," Richt said.It was never likely that Marshall would redshirt, but offensive assistants had not ruled it out.
"I think he's on a turning point of maturing some, and becoming a very dependable guy," Richt said while attending SEC meetings. "I'm not saying he is a dependable guy, or has been at this point. But I have a feeling that that's his desire to become that. And he needs to. It's time."Now stop tweeting so much.Read more here: http://www.ledger-enquirer.com/2014/05/28/3125675/richt-believe