If I create a git repo for multiple projects, for example ALL projects that 
my team works on, when they clone and pull, do they have to download all 
the files?   Can they sort of selectively download the files they may want 
to read or work on?  

The idea is I want to track a bunch of projects for my team ... so i was 
thinking to make a repo that contains something like this: 

./MyTEAM/
./MyTEAM/Project_A/
./MyTEAM/Project_A/Some_Files/
./MyTEAM/Project_A/Some_More_Files/
./MyTEAM/Project_B/
./MyTEAM/Project_C/

Then the entire team can contribute to any of the projects they may be 
working on, but they should not have to download every single file when 
they clone .. is that possible?  

Basically I do not want to have to create a repo for every single project 
.. is that what people normally do?

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