A team meeting is the next step in getting the Albany Panthers back on track.
Closed door and almost confidential, the Panthers met Tuesday evening to air out their differences and refocus on football. Now, the next question facing Panthers head coach Lucious Davis and his veteran players, will it help?
Albany has lost four out of its last five games, sitting at 4-4 for the season. All four losses have come on the road where the Panthers are 1-4 on the year. There is some positive news coming out of the Civic Center.
The Panthers play three out of their final four games in Albany. A place they haven't lost at in two seasons. With that home momentum, the Panthers players are confident they'll see a new team this week.
"It's the last quarter of the season. We haven't lost four games in one season that I can remember. Everybody had to look themselves in the mirror and kind of refocus. We just want to make sure that we finish strong," quarterback Cecil Lester said.