Former Georgia, Miami coach Richt says he has Parkinson’s

ATLANTA (AP) — Former Georgia and Miami football coach Mark Richt has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Richt made the announcement on Twitter. He guided the Bulldogs for 15 seasons, leading Georgia to a pair of SEC championships. He closed out his coaching career at his alma mater Miami, leading the Hurricanes for three seasons until he surprisingly announced his retirement after the 2018 season. He is now an analyst for the ACC Network and plans to continue in that role. The 61-year-old Richt says he’ll rely on his deep faith to cope with his condition.