By Rob Hamilton / 92-9 The Game / CBS Sports Atlanta
Every four years curling takes the world by storm.
Ok, maybe not by storm, but people do, for some reason, really get in to it.
And now that includes UGA coach Mark Richt. The ice storm that has locked down Georgia from Atlanta to Macon to Athens to Augusta has allowed some people to actually do some curing of their own.
In case you have no idea what we’re talking about, curling, according to the dictionary is:
A game played on ice, esp. in Scotland and Canada, in which large, round, flat stones are slid across the surface toward a mark. Members of a team use brooms to sweep the surface of the ice in the path of the stone to control its speed and direction.
And Coach Richt is REALLY in to it too: