He attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, where he played for the Florida Gators baseball team for a single season in 1919. He graduated from Florida with a bachelor's degree in 1922. In between stints in the Major Leagues, Richbourg returned to Gainesville to coach the Gators baseball team in 1922 and 1923, and again in 1926. He compiled a win-loss record of 39–21 (.650) in his three seasons as the Gators' head coach.
Richbourg died in Crestview, Florida in 1975; he was 77 years old.
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