KENNEWICK, Wash. - The Tri-Cities Fever enters Saturday's home game with South Georgia averaging just over 28 points per game, last in the AF2. Through three games, all losses, quarterback Joe Ayoob has been running for his life. As a result he is completing a league-low 47% of his passes. Coach Richard Davis says the Former Cal Golden Bear is not the problem. "Joe will improve as his protection improves," said Davis. "That is an age old problem for all coaches. You want to be careful that you don't throw the baby out with the bathwater. Right now we still think Joe Ayoob is gonna be a good football player." "It seems like we are just one person away from having a good play," said Ayoob. "We just got to get that fixed. It comes from mental preparation during the game and it comes from doing a lot of reps at practice."