April 6, 2008
Albany -- The South Georgia Wildcats are going to have an extra long time to dwell on their first loss of the season, as the Cats play their next game a week from Monday.
South Georgia is on the road next week at Daytona Beach, facing an expansion team that has scored just 26-points in its first two games combined.
With the extra time until the next match, Wildcats head coach Derek Stingley is giving his team a few days to rest and recuperate.
Wide receiver P.J. Berry says, "We need it, I'm not going to lie. A couple of the guys are playing hurt. But it's part of the game, it's football. As a team, we're just going to try and get our mindset back, because this is a tough loss, and we need it."
Stingley says the long week will also give him extra time to study his team.
"I'm going to have to evaluate a lot of positions," says Stingley, "and there may be some changes here and there, because I coach to win, and I can't take losing. I thought technique was the reason we lost, because a lot of guys really just got out athleted."
The Wildcats play at Daytona Beach next Monday at 7pm.