May 10, 2008
Albany -- The South Georgia Wildcats lost their third home of the season Saturday night, after falling 65-51 against Tennessee Valley
South Georgia (4-3) trailed 28-27 at halftime, and it was a three-point game early in the fourth quarter, but four second half turnovers doomed the Cats.
Quarterback Andrico Hines fumbled twice, and had two pass attempts intercepted and returned for a touchdown on back-to-back possessions.
Wildcats head coach Derek Stingley was not happy with South Georgia's offensive performance after the game.
"I felt like my guys got totally outplayed," said Stingley. "I felt like, at some point, a certain individual on my team didn't put forth the effort I was looking for in the 2nd half, and I felt that their hearts was taken. Period. And I'm going to do something about it."
The Wildcats is now just 1-3 on their home field, and host Corpus Christi Saturday at 7:30 pm.