July 14, 2006
Albany - The South Georgia Wildcats will be looking for their second straight win and a little revenge Saturday night when they face the Tennessee Valley Vipers in Huntsville, Alabama.
The Vipers spoiled a tremendous second half comeback by the Wildcats in South Georgia's season opener back in early April.
Wildcats receiver Blake Saunders had a rough game that night as a defensive specialist.
But Saunders, the AF2's Ironman of the Week award winner this week, is ready to show the Vipers that alot has changed for him and the Wildcats since their first meeting.
Blake Saunders said "They kind of got me first game. So, I am definitely eager to get this win and go against Tennessee Valley just to prove myself that I can play this game."
Head coach Donnie Davis said "We won't be facing the same team but yet still neither will they. We have come along ways and we have played some tough teams and I think we are better for it."
The Wildcats will have three new players tomorrow night. The team has signed linemen Jamar Neely and Tyris Rorie and fullback-linebacker Josh King.