Mark Richt offered another job at Georgia

Even though Mark Richt agreed to step down from his position as head football coach at the University of Georgia, there is a chance he will be with the school in a different capacity.

Speaking to the media Monday, Richt mentioned that Georgia has offered him a position, but he is not sure whether he will accept it. It has been reported that the role revolves around helping with players and the NCAA.

During his talk with the media, Richt also said that he doesn’t want to stop coaching, and that he will take this time to contemplate his future.

Richt went on to say that he will listen to anyone willing to talk with him.

Richt went 145-51 in 15 years at Georgia.

Mark Richt says goodbye. Would like to remain in Athens & says his future has yet to be determined.

— College Sports on SiriusXM (@SXMCollege) November 30, 2015

Richt says he's been given opportunity to stick around and help out with players and Athletic Association, but has not accepted position yet

— Sarah K. Spencer (@sarah_k_spence) November 30, 2015

RIcht says "if and when I coach again, I'm looking forward to coaching again. I miss coaching quarterbacks, I miss calling plays."

— Sarah K. Spencer (@sarah_k_spence) November 30, 2015

"I'm going to listen to anybody that has interest in me, coaching or not. In any area or any arena," – Richt and where he'll go next

— Sarah K. Spencer (@sarah_k_spence) November 30, 2015

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