KENNEWICK, Wash. -- The Tri-Cities Fever hit the road Saturday, and could come home with a much-needed win.
Tri-Cities is just 1-8 after falling to Spokane last week. But Saturday they play at Stockton, the one team they've beaten this year. Players say another win would be huge.
"It'll be very timely. That's what we need," said Fever Defensive Back DeVon Walker. "That's why were working so hard out here. That's our number one goal is to go down there and compete and win."
"They're not the same team we've played before," says Fever Coach Pat O'Hara. "They made some changes and have won the last two out of three. They are putting up a lot of points so we've got a tremendous challenge."
Tomo Inoue has bene named starting QB over Ryan Porter, who struggled last week.