The River Dogs are representing Douglas County in the National Developmental Football League who play adult minor league professional football.
The Georgia Panthers will look to advance to 3-0 when they make their first road game of the season Saturday at the DC River Dogs (1-2) in Marietta.
The Panthers are off to a fast 2-0 start in NDFL action with two dominating wins over the Atlanta Rattlers (59-0) and Jonesboro Rebels (45-0). The Panthers have outscored its opponents 104-0 and not allowed an opponent closer than the 40-yard line this season.
Quarterback Shane McKleskey and Trey Wolfe have been an explosive passing combination while 6 ft 6 inch 390 pound nose guard Jason McMinn has been a beast on the defensive side of the ball.
The game against the River Dogs features the return of Panther’s owner/head coach Joseph Courson against owner George Duker who he coached for with the Marietta Hitmen last season.
The game will be played at R.L. Osborne High School at 2451 Favor Rd. in Marietta. Kickoff is 6:00 pm. May 24th.