KENNEWICK, Wash. -- The Tri-Cities Fever are firing on all cylinders again. Houston Lillard's foot is healthy. The receiving core is full with Giovanni Stanley resigned and Ed Berry healthy. The new kicker Brady Beeson is the IFL special teams player of the week. All that is why Tri-Cities does not plan to mess with the flow heading into the playoffs. So no rest players for Saturday's season finale against Wyoming.
"We really don't have a plan for any change. We're going to treat it just like a playoff game, continue to play at full force. There's no plan to rest guys or plan to change our strategy at all," Fever head coach Adam Shackleford said.
"We want to keep the rhythm going, winning that last game, then almost pulling one out against Sioux Falls at home. Like I said, you don't want to lose that rhythm going into the playoffs because any team has the chance to catch fire in the playoffs," Fever running back Dennis Kennedy added.
Sunday, June 9 2013 5:13 PM EDT2013-06-09 21:13:14 GMT
The Tri-Cities Fever wanted to leave a lasting impression for the fans at the Toyota Center on Saturday night. The Fever nearly posted a shutout, in a convincing 33-6 win over the Wyoming Cavalry. >>
The Tri-Cities Fever wanted to leave a lasting impression for the fans at the Toyota Center on Saturday night. The Fever nearly posted a shutout, in a convincing 33-6 win over the Wyoming Cavalry. The Fever finish the season with a 5-2 record at home, and nearly pulled of a feat that no one can remember the last time it happened.>>