May 20, 2007
Little Rock, AR -- The South Georgia Wildcats already had more wins this season than they had all of last year, and were standing alone in first place in the division.
The Cats were on the road in Arkansas Sunday, looking for another win against the team they beat by sixteen in the season opener.
South Georgia earns its first road win of the year, as the Wildcats come from behind for a hard-fought 40-37 win.
The Twisters scored just eight points after halftime.
Cats QB D. Bryant threw for 386 yards, with receivers Scott Cloman, James Robinson, and Chavis McCollister all going over 100 yards receiving.
The South Georgia defense held Arkansas to under 200 yards of total offense.
The Wildcats are now 5-2, and will be on the road again next week at Bossier-Shreveport.