Bulldogs, Saban push Georgia for BCS | University of Georgia | Macon.comRicht had a testy exchange with a media member who asked about Richt and quarterback Aaron Murrayís ability to win big games. "I donít know what youíre saying," Richt said. "Why donít you just say it straight up what youíre straight to say." People will say, the reporter asked, that Richt and Murray come up short on the biggest stage against the biggest opponents. "Is that what youíre saying or everybody else? Richt replied. The reporter, a radio talk show host, replied that he was hearing that "every day." "Well thatís for you to worry about then," Richt said. "If thatís what you say, then Iíll answer the question. If you think other people are saying that, Iím not worried about that." Richt wasnít done. "I want to say something else. If anybody thinks our guys didnít play their tail off, and Aaron Murray didnít play his tail off, they are crazy," he said. "Thatís unbelievable somebody would even bring that up." Then Richt was done, leaving the stage and ending the postgame news conference.