Garner interviewed for the head-coaching job with the Tigers before Gene Chizik was hired but has not said he is interested in an assistant position, and Georgia head coach Mark Richt said Auburn had not contacted the him about interviewing Garner.
"I don't think he's talking to Auburn at all, I really don't," Richt said.
CHANGE IS COMING
While Knowshon Moreno and Matthew Stafford haven't made any final decision on their potential futures in the NFL, one thing remains a certainty: Georgia's big four offensive stars – Moreno, Stafford, A.J. Green and Mohamed Massaquoi – won't play together again for the Bulldogs after Thursday's Capital One Bowl.
That's a sobering thought for Richt, but he said it's been impossible not to enjoy the time the foursome has had together in Athens.
"They've been great," Richt said. "If you can have that kind of production every year, you're going to win a bunch of games. You're going to enjoy coaching them, too. And it's fun for the fans to run the ball and throw and catch the way that they have."
PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACH
With injuries in the dozens at any given time this season, practice hasn't been nearly as grueling as he would like because he simply didn't have enough healthy players on the practice field.
Looking back, Richt said, he regrets taking it easy on his team at times, going back to fall camp.
"Trend of toning down practice, it started in two-a-days, it started in camp," Richt said. "In our second of the three scrimmages, when I decided to go thud (instead of full tackle) because of all the injuries, that's just not how we practice here, and I don't think it was good for us."