Tri-Cities Fever

May 17, 2013 11:17 PM

Fever takes on Colorado on Saturday night

Another week, another regular-season playoff game for the Tri-Cities Fever. The Fever (4-6) plays at the Colorado Ice (6-3) today at 5:05 p.m. in a key Indoor Football League game. During the first seven games this season, Tri-Cities dug itself a hole and started with a 1-6 record. But for the past three weeks, the Fever has played very well, winning three consecutive games and closing in on both the Ice and the Nebraska Danger (6-4) in the Intense Conference standings and for the two playoff berths.

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