MIAMI (CBS4) – Mark Richt says he has no interest in rejoining his alma mater as coach. He said leaving Georgia for another job — even at his alma mater, is out of the question.

The Georgia coach also says he plans no staff changes following a 6-6 regular season.

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Richt is a former Miami quarterback and has been mentioned as a possible candidate to succeed Miami coach Randy Shannon, who was fired on Saturday night.

Richt said Sunday he does not expect the Miami position to be a distraction as the Bulldogs await a bowl bid, possibly to the Liberty Bowl in Memphis. He said Georgia is his home and where he hopes to finish his career.

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Asked if he fully expects to be Georgia’s coach in 2011, Richt said “Absolutely.”

Georgia became bowl-eligible by beating Georgia Tech 42-34 on Saturday night. Georgia Tech also is 6-6 and awaiting a bowl bid.

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