July 27, 2007
Albany - South Georgia Wildcats quarterback D. Bryant has not just broken single season passing records for the team.
He has smashed them.
In Saturday night's regular season finale, D. Bryant has a chance to break a league record.
Bryant needs 246 yards passing to break the AF2 record set last season by Ryan Vena.
The former Duke star also is just six touchdown passes away from becoming only the third quarterback in AF2 history to throw 100 touchdown passes in a season.
Reaching triple digits in touchdown passes is something Bryant says could help make move up to the arena one level next season.
D. Bryant said "All throughout the league, Arena and AF2, with the rule change alot of guys have put up big numbers this year. If I can get to that 100 mark, that would be phenomenal for me."
The most touchdown passes D.Bryant had thrown in a season prior to this year was 82.
The Wildcats need to win at Tulsa Saturday night and need Florida or Arkansas to lose in order for South Georgiato host a first round playoff game next week.