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Greg McGarity is the athletic director for the University of Georgia. He started as the university's athletic director on September 1, 2010 after Damon Evans' resignation due to his DUI. Prior to his tenure at the University of Georgia, he was the Executive Senior Associate Athletics Director for the University of Florida.
McGarity worked at Georgia until 1992, when he left for Florida. In June 2012, McGarity signed a contract to stay in his position until December 2017.
In November 2015, McGarity made the controversial decision to fire Mark Richt as Head Coach of the football team, despite Richt possessing the third highest winning percentage in program history and leading a team that would ultimately finish with its second straight ten win season. McGarity hired as his replacement Kirby Smart, a Georgia alumnus with no previous head coaching experience.
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