ALBANY, GA (WALB) - One week after scoring touchdowns on all eight of its possesions in a win over Flordia the South Georgia offense was stopped six times in suffering its first defeat of the season at Oklahoma City on Saturday.
South Georgia turned the ball over 3 times and Quarterback Darnell Kennedy says that is what the Wildcats need to change.
"Good things that they did on defense and a couple of miscues that we had on offense. What we have to do as a offense is protect the football and we didn't do that Saturday" said Kennedy.
Kennedy and the rest of the Wildcats are looking forward to earning redemption this week.
"I think as a team losing like we lost put a bitter taste in our mouths and now the good thing is it's a new week. We go back to practice tomorrow and getting ready for Tennessee Valley I think we should do a good job" said Kennedy.
The Wildcats are back at home Satuday playing host to the defending AF2 champion Tennessee Valley Vipers. Kick off is at 7:30.