May 17, 2008
Albany -- P.J. Berry returned two kicks for touchdowns, as the South Georgia Wildcats beat Corpus Christi 53-47 Saturday night.
It's just the second home win all season for the Cats, and they now have a record of 5-3 overall.
Andrico Hines threw four TD passes, and former Albany State wide receiver Alvin Ray Jackson had a critical interception for a touchdown late in the game to seal the win.
In addition to the two kicks he ran back, Berry also had another return negated because of a penalty.
Head coach Derek Stingley says, "We had some big special teams plays. Some big 4th down conversion plays on offense. The defense played their tails off tonight, and I just hope we can carry that over for the rest of the year."
Berry sais, "Everytime I touch the ball I want to score, and everytime I touch the ball I feel like I can score."
Florida fell 50-34 at Tennessee Valley, and the Wildcats travel to face the Firecats (6-1) next week.