richt

richt

(rɪxt)
adj, adv, n
a Scot word for right
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com, Petrino is tied for fourth with Georgia's Marc Richt.
Mark Richt, Georgia--Richt is a national championship away from being ranked higher.
This year, I'm off for a richt Guid New Year with a bottle of bubbly or two, a spectacular view across the North Sea - and not a drunk in sight.
Hamir AN, Greenlee JJ, Nicholson EM, Kunkle RA, Richt JA, Miller JM, et al.
Unrealistic expectations may cost Mark Richt at Georgia and even Les Miles at LSU, just two years removed from a national championship, if they run into the same quarterback problems that befell Fulmer, Tuberville and Croom in 2008.
Aye, crikey jings, but the weather's richt miserable
From 11/5/2008 to 11/12/2008 Tommy Tuberville (AU, 1999) 79% Mark Richt (UGA, 2001) 2% Bobby Johnson (V, 2002) 11% Rich Brooks (UK, 2003) 9% ELECTION EDITION: Best Sports Prez of the 70s * From 11/1/2008 to 11/5/2008 Richard M.
Tony Blair slips back to his boyhood and lets rip in a spot-on Lanarkshire accent: "Ah'll gie ye a richt skelping
Herden C, Herzog S, Wehner T, Zink C, Richt J, Frese K.
Nick Saban and Mark Richt are widely regarded as two of the game's best coaches.
You had Georgia's classy and conversational Mark Richt leading off, followed by a dour Alabama coach Nick Saban, the upbeat and admittedly re-energized Houston Null, moved from Arkansas to Ole Miss, and then the dean of SEC coaches, Philip Fulmer, who was trying to hide his disgust at being served a subpoena in a defamation suit and claiming he hadn't seen one.
Eason came to UGA with Mark Richt as wide receivers coach and assistant head coach in 2001.