Mark Richt's Got A Big Freaking Gun: Caption This Photo

After the jump, a photo of Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt wielding what my panel of firearms experts has concluded is a M4 carbine, a light version of a M16A2 assault rifle. Here is footage of it in Call of Duty, if that helps. His solemn and downward expression resembles a man preparing to put something out of its misery, the only situation in which one can imagine Richt employing a potentially life-ending weapon that isn't Justin Houston. This image requires your attention.

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All black down to the wrist watch, Richt is now in the running to be named the most badass Baptist football coach ever. This jewel of a photograph has been just sitting there on his Wikipedia for gosh knows how long, begging for 'Shops. It's apparently from a USO thing.

Which gun would Les Miles use? Nick Saban? Robbie Caldwell? This all just makes me want to find a GIF of Paul Johnson loading a musket for two minutes, setting it down, and punching Frank Beamer.

Ht to weapons specialists @benmmc and @zacharybrown for identifying the firearm family of The Drill Finisher.

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