July 22, 2008
Albany - The South Georgia Wildcats will finish the AF2 regular season on the same field where they opened it.
Only this time the stakes in their second trip to Tennessee Valley are very big.
The winner of Saturday's game will claim the AF2 south's division title.
The Wildcats, who have clinched the team's first home playoff game next week, want to win the franchise's first division title since moving to Albany four years ago.
South Georgia is the hottest thing going in the deuce with a six game winning streak.
However, the Wildcats have not forgotten their home loss to the Vipers two months ago.
Quarterback Andrico Hines said "I think we somewhat have a chip on our shoulders coming into this game. They are a great team. They are well coached. We just have to come out and play Wildcat football and we should be fine."
Offensive lineman Lou Vega said "We have won our last six games. We have our swagger sort of speak. Our confidence is really high."
The South Georgia Wildcats go for their seventh straight win when they play at Tennessee Valley Saturday night at 8:30 p.m..