RICHLAND, WASH. -- Coach Richard Davis says the Fever have made great strides in their first 3 games, even if they don't have a win to show for it.
Yesterday, the Fever practiced at Hanford High with the lineman working on better protecting quarterback Joe Ayoob.
Coach Davis says without some questionable officiating, his team would have been right with Spokane last Saturday. It doesn't get any easier this week against 3 and 1 South Georgia but Coach Davis says his team is learning.
He says, "I think we're getting more accountabilty from the players on their individual mistakes. I think that they're starting to realize that because they are still here Coach Davis must think something of me. Maybe, I'm not in danger of being cut. I'm going to figure this deal out and learn."
Ayoob says, "I think we imrpoved offensively. We scored touchdowns this week and we were able to move the ball against a really good defense in Spokane and that being said we still have plenty of room to improve and plenty of room to get better, which we need to do against South Georgia this week."