June 16, 2007
Huntsville -- The South Georgia Wildcats played the first of three straight road games Saturday night, as they traveled to Huntsville to face division foe Tennessee Valley.
The Cats already beat the Vipers once this season, and were looking to avoid their first losing streak of the year after last week's loss at home.
South Georgia will get it done, holding on for the 68-65 win, their third straight road victory.
D. Bryant tossed eight touchdowns passes in the game.
The Wildcats are off next week before traveling to Manchester, New Hampshire.