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By  Stephanie Springer  - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Wednesday, Septemeber 16th is the day the South Georgia Wildcats say the AF2 is supposed to announce its future plans.

So far there has been no word on what the league is planning to do next year.

The Wildcats are believed to be waiting to see what happens with the AF2 before working out a new lease with the Albany Civic Center.

WALB News Ten Sports Director Robert Hydrick reported last week the Wildcats have sent paperwork to the league committing to play in whatever league is formed in 2010.

WALB has not heard back from Wildcats chief finanial officer Ryan Nolen or managing partner Silvio Fazzini.

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