August 9, 2007
Albany - It has been a record setting year for the South Georgia Wildcats offense.
Much of the credit goes to Wildcats offensive coordiantor Rickey Foggie.
Whereever Rickey Foggie is running an offense, it is among the best in the AF2 league.
And that was the case this year where the Wildcats led the AF2 in several offensive categories.
Quarterback D. Bryant broke the league's single season passing record and became just the third quarterback in AF2 history to throw more than 100 touchdown passes in a season.
All of those numbers will certainly have Foggie in a contention for another AF2 assistant coach of the year honor.
An award he was on the last two years.
Rickey Foggie said "I have a great feel for the game because I played the game as a quarterback. I think it gives me an advantage. What I try to do is just go out there and try to find the matchups. Put our best guys against their weakest guy and let those guys go out and make plays."
South Georgia Wildcats play at Tulsa in the AF2 National Conference semifinals Saturday at 8:00 p.m..