Being a head coach for a major college football program is not a easy job. There are early mornings, very late nights and they have to deal with close to 100 young adults on a daily basis during the season and in the offseason.
So one could imagine a coach does not get enough sleep because of the pressure they face day in and day out. For Mark Richt, he seems to get enough sleep because he is one of the most even-keel coaches in all of college football. But if there were some things that would keep him up at night, it would be these five things.