Mark Richt has been at UGA for 13 years, making him the longest tenured coach in the SEC. It doesn’t look like he is going anywhere soon, either, as he signed an extension last year to keep him with the Bulldogs for the next three seasons.
However, for the sake of argument, let’s say Richt has a bad season next year and the year after that. In that scenario, there's a good chance he'd be let go. If not, UGA officials could simply decide not to renew his contract if the Bulldogs are mediocre for the next three years.
It's also possible Richt could decide to resign as head coach before his contract is up. All these things are possible.
In any case, if any of these things were to happen, who would replace Richt as the head coach? Here’s a look at a few candidates.