July 30, 2006
Albany -- Now that the AF2 season is over for South Georgia, the question becomes, "What (if any) changes would the Wildcats make?"
The answer, for now, is "None."
Donnie Davis remains the head coach of the Wildcats.
New managing partner John Hunt would not release any names, but confirms two prospective candidates were in the building last night the see the Cats six-point loss against conference-winner Florida.
Members of the South Georgia ownership group gathering for a lengthy meeting this morning, and deciding to keep the status quo for now.
The Wildcats are expecting to make an official announcement to that effect tomorrow.
The team says it will continue to examine the position and interview possible coaching candidates for next year.
No word on when any final decisions will be made.
After taking over with six games to go last season, Davis has a 4-18 record with the Wildcats.