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Wildcats coach says no starting job is safe this week

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May 13, 2008

Albany -  South Georgia Wildcats head coach Derek Stingley vowed to make changes after Saturday's home loss to Tennessee Valley.

The coach is shaking things up in hopes it will spark a fire in his team.

Stingley other than kicker Scott Hode, all positions are wide open for this week's game against Corpus Christi.

 Stingley says the players who perform the best this week on the practice field will be the ones in the starting lineup Saturday.

That includes quarterback where Andrico Hines had two fumbles and threw two interceptions that were returned for touchdowns.

 In Hines' defense he was under constant pressure all night including one of those interceptions.

Still, like all other positions, Hines and back up Cecil Lester will battle it out to see who starts Saturday night.  

Derek Stingley said "It is just whoever gives me the best look. That is the way unfortuntately in this business they have chosen to be in. You are under a microscope every day.

The Wildcats will try for win number two at home this season Saturday night against the Corpus Christi Sharks.

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