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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
It is being reported by multiple sources that Jon Richt will join his father Mark on the Georgia coaching Staff. Jon will serve as a volunteer quality control assistant for the Bulldogs according to a team spokesman on Saturday.

A member of Clemson’s 2008 signing class as a two-star pro-style quarterback, Richt eventually transferred to Mars Hill College in North Carolina where he finished out his playing career in 2012.

Jon will work with the offense after being the quarterbacks coach at D1 Nashville, a training site.
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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