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Fever hoping third time a charm against Ice

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KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Saturday the Tri-Cities Fever will face the Colorado Ice. It is the second straight week the teams will meet and the third time overall this season. The Fever lost the first two battles by four points each. But now Tri-Cities will host the Ice for the first time this season. The Fever say a change in atmosphere and adjustments in the game plan should help.

"They could switch it up. We'll pick out those differences. We'll see them right away. They're going to adjust. We're going to adjust. So it could be the other way. We could pass a lot. They might want to stop the run game," quarterback Dante Warren said.

"They'll be reviewing tape. We got to give them respect that they're professional athletes. They'll be looking over at their mistakes that we capitalized on. We just got to make sure we dominate," offensive lineman Andrew Faamu added.

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