April 15, 2008
Albany -- The South Georgia Wildcats got the win Monday night in Daytona, and may have also picked up a quarterback controversey.
Starter Cecil Lester was mostly ineffective in the first half against the ThunderBirds, accounting for just for two touchdowns.
Back-up Walter Washington took the reins in the second half, and connected on 6-of-9 passes, threw for three scores, and ran for another.
Wildcats head coach Derek Stingley says he won't go to a 2-quarterback system, and will likely make a decision on a starter Tuesday.
"I got an opportunity to evaluate both of them game-time speed," says Stingley. "This is a good thing, and we just have to see what practice is going to bring."
The Wildcats host Green Bay Saturday night at 7:30pm.