April 14, 2006
Albany - The South Georgia Wildcats are looking to build off last week's second half comeback in their season opening loss to Tennessee Valley when they host Tulsa Saturday night at the Albany Civic Center.
The truth though is that were it not for six turnovers, the Wildcats would have never needed that spectacular 28 point rally which saw the Cats tie the Vipers midway through the fourth quarter.
Three of those miscues, a fumble and two interceptions were returned for touchdowns. Securing the football has been a big priority this week.
South Georgia quarterback Brian Baker believes that will happen as the young Wildcast offense comes together.
Baker said "I think it will come together for us a little quicker. I think we had to kinda of feel each other out being so young and stuff. I think it is going to come together a little quicker for us."
The Wildcats will try to break a six game home losing streak when they play the Tulsa Talons at 7:30pm.
Tulsa, who won their division last year, lost week to Rio Grande Valley.