ASP.NET MVC - Using git Source Control

I had this question after viewing ASP.NET MVC 4 Jquery Slide View.

I want to be able to put ASP.NET projects on github, and within my local git repository.  The above is an example project which uses jQuery.  I don't think that the jQuery should be in the git repo.  

I'm looking into using git for source control for Visual Studio 2012.  I've got the Git Source Control Provider installed.

I go to create a new project, and the dialog has a checkbox to use source control.  If I use that, it takes a very very long time to create a new project.  It appears that all the libraries are being added to source control.  I don't want that to happen.  I only want code that I write to be under source control!

Is there an easy way to manage this?
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Jeff DarlingDeveloper AnalystAsked:
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I've been looking into this on my own and I've decided that I'll just need to blaze the trail myself.

One thing that occurred to me was to look at github for other ASP.NET projects and see how projects are stored.

I found this one.  

The Home repository is the starting point for people to learn about ASP.NET Core.
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