July 12, 2007
Albany - South Georgia Wildcats quarterback D. Bryant will break another team single season record in Saturday's game against Texas.
Bryant needs just two yards to break the team's single season passing yardage record that was set by Brian Snyder when the team was in Fayetteville four years ago.
Bryant has also thrown a Wildcat single season record 79 touchdown passes and hopes to add to that number considerably in the final three regular season games.
The Wildcat passing attack is statistically the second best in the league but Bryant says that is due to his supporting cast.
D. Bryant said "I attribute that to the coaching staff and the team they put together. The talent I got around me makes my job easy. Those guys have been making plays for me all year."
The playoff bound South Georgia Wildcats go for win number 10 this season Saturday night at home against the Texas Copperheads.