ago, losing in the playoffs to the Waycross Firebirds, which has dealt the Revolution all four of its losses over the past two seasons.
“I really had no idea we’d get this far,” Waters said. “I’d like to say we would have, but we put in a whole new offense, a pro-style offense. My offensive coordinator James Lewis, my defensive coordinator Shawn Brown and my special teams coach Al Manley get all the credit in the world.
“People don’t realize how much time they put in, and it’s all volunteer. I don’t know what I’d do without them.”
The Revolution will head to Tifton in the early afternoon Saturday, following a pre-game meal, looking to bring home a championship to Glynn County.
With a talented roster of players on both sides of the ball and a group of dedicated, hard-working coaches, the team should be as ready as ever to get the job done.
“We’re as healthy as we’ve been in a long time,” Waters said.