The Tri-Cities Fever continued its hot streak Saturday night, defeating the Texas Revolution 55-34 on the road in an Indoor Football League game in Allen, Texas.
The victory gives the Fever a 5-6 record, while Texas loses its seventh straight game and falls to 2-8.
But with three regular-season games remaining on Tri-Cities’ schedule, the Fever is running out of time to make the IFL playoffs.
Colorado (7-3) holds the second and final Intense Conference playoff spot and beat Wyoming 73-12 on Saturday night.
Tri-Cities jumped out to 28-3 lead against Texas and never looked back.
The Fever scored on all five offensive possessions in the first half, as Tri-Cities quarterback Houston Lillard had three touchdown passes and ran for another.
Lillard finished the game 23-for-30 for 207 yards and five TD passes. He also had two rushing touchdowns.
Fever receiver Steven Whitehead caught 11 passes for 84 yards and a score, while Jackie Chambers added seven receptions for 54 yards and two TDs.
Tri-Cities kicker Brady Beeson had a strong game, kicking two of three field goals and a perfect 7-for-7 on extra points.
Clinton Solomoin paced Texas with six receptions for 65 yards and three TDs.
The Fever plays host to the Wyoming Cavalry at 7:05 p.m. next Saturday.