June 6, 2008
Albany -- Only once this year have the South Georgia Wildcats won back-to-back games, and that was all the way back in the 2nd and 3rd week of the season.
Now in Week Eleven, the Cats are looking to string some victories together, starting Saturday night against Daytona Beach.
The ThunderBirds are just 2-8 so far this season, and lost to the Wildcats by nine back in Week Three.
South Georgia head coach Derek Stingley says despite Daytona's record, the ThunderBirds will still present a challenge.
"They are not one of those teams, that just because of what their record is, they're going to lay down," says Stingley. "They're going to come in here hungry, and ready to fight, and we have to be up for the challenge."
The Wildcats and Thunderbirds kick off Saturday at 7:30.