June 4, 2006
Albany -- The South Georgia Wildcats losing again at home Saturday night, falling 55 to 42 to the Macon Knights to drop to 1-8 on the season.
Cats leading for basically the entire first half, before allowing Macon a run of 35 unanswered points.
South Georgia a very inexperienced team, dressing thirteen rookies for last nights game.
With one season under his belt, Quarterback Julian Reese qualifies as a veteran.
He says youth is not an excuse, and is anxious to reward the fans with some wins.
"We just got to come back on Tuesday and go back to the drawing board and find something," says Reese. "We got to get these fans some wins. We have a great supporting cast here in Albany. We have to do our part and win some games for them."
The Wildcats are on the road next week at Birmingham.