Photo: Georgia farm creates Mark Richt in cornfield

Mark Richt is currently in his 15th season as the head man in Athens, and fans and alumni have sure shown their gratitude for the Bulldogs head coach.  However, a couple of UGA grads felt like financial donations weren’t enough to celebrate the coach who has brought 140 wins to their alma-maters football program.

Ryan and Meredith Rutland of Rutland Farms in Tifton, Georgia decided to pay homage to the 55 year-old ball coach by mowing out a masterpiece outline of Richt in their family corn field.

The Rutland Farm, which is about three hours south of Athens, will be open to the public starting Thursday. Much like Sanford Stadium will be Saturday afternoon, the Rutland corm maze is sure to be filled with Georgia fans.

Coach Richts undefeated Bulldogs will host No. 13 Alabama Saturday at 3:30 p.m.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to USA TODAY Sports/Corn maze photo via Rutland Farms

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