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Richt dodges subject of moving Florida-Georgia rivalry game

HOOVER, Ala. -- Georgia coach Mark Richt is on record saying that he would like to play the Florida-Georgia game at a different site, perhaps the Georgia Dome, but on Thursday at SEC Media Days Richt dodged the subject.

The current four-year contract between the city of Jacksonville, the University of Florida and the University of Georgia expires after this year and has not been renewed. Richt has said in the past that he feels Jacksonville Municipal Stadium is not a neutral site but on Thursday he ignored the subject.

"This is what I want to do," Richt said when asked if he wanted the rivalry game moved. "I want to focus on winning that game. That's all I want to focus on when it comes to that game."

When asked if he cared where the game was played Richt said, "I really just want to focus on trying to win that game. That's all I want to focus on when it comes to that game."

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