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Wildcats moving forward after Vipers loss

By Robert Hydrick - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - The South Georgia Wildcats say the only one who can stop their offense is themselves.

The Wildcats proved that true in their loss at Tennessee Valley Saturday night.

The Wildcats uncharacteristically committed five turnovers in the second quarter and Tennessee took advantage in building a 40 point halftime lead.

Coach Rodney Blackshear says quarters like that will happen over a 16 game season.

Blackshear is moving on and hoping he will not see a similar performance the rest of the year.

Rodney Blackshear said. "We are still a half game ahead of those guys with two more to play against them. This next opponent Kentucky put up 93 points. We have already watched film yesterday as an offensive unit. The defense is watching film right now. I am already preparing for Kentucky."

The Kentucky Horsemen are led by former UK quarterback Jared Lorenzen.

Game time is 7:30 p.m. Saturday night at the Albany Civic Center.


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