When it comes to computers, however, the 42-year-old Richt is barely in the modern era, as he admitted Tuesday.
"I can get on the internet,'' Richt said before attempting to explain how he accesses his bookmarks, also known as favorite places.
"I've got a few things, I don't even know what you call them, you click that little arrow and certain things come down and you can find what you usually look at. I can do that. That's about it.''
Added Richt, in what must be a disappointing revelation for the most devoted patrons of the Dawgvent (ugasports.com) and Dawgpost.com posting boards for Georgia fans: "I've never been in a chatroom. I've never sent an e-mail.''
The computer discussion came up when Richt was asked at his weekly press conference Tuesday about the role of computers in the Bowl Championship Series poll.
Computer rankings are part of the formula that has Georgia No. 5 in the first BCS poll, released Monday.