Hall of Champions

Mark Richt


As an NCAA head football coach, Mark Richt was instrumental in hiring full-time FCA Chaplains at two major universities and has spoken at countless banquets and events for FCA throughout Florida and Georgia. He retired from the University of Miami—also his alma mater where he played from 1978-1982. From 2016-2018, Richt led the Hurricanes to their first ACC Coastal title and was named ACC Coach of the Year. He also coached at the University of Georgia from 2001-2015, winning two SEC championships, six SEC Eastern Division titles and nine bowl games. He also has coaching experience at Eastern Carolina University and Florida State, where during his coaching tenure from 1990-2000, the Seminoles won seven consecutive ACC titles and two national championships. Richt has a powerful testimony of coming to Christ while working as an assistant under Coach Bobby Bowden, also an FCA Hall of Champions inductee.

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gerald mcdaniel
February 9, 2020 1:57 am

I Have a few questions. What were the two major universities that Bro. Mark put FCA chaplains in place? Could you help me with information on any other coaches that are FCA members and are coaching in the NCAA? I would like to give them prayer support and also pull for there football teams. I have been pastoring for over 40 years and am also a big sports fan.


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