KENNEWICK, Wash. -- With the future of the Tri-Cities Fever franchise still in doubt, the team has two games left this season.
The Fever are hoping they play more like they did against the Stockton Lightning in June when they won 42-35 than they did in their loss against Boise last week.
The Fever are 2 and 12 on the season and play at Rio Grande Saturday at 5:30pm.
Even with little hope for the playoffs, Coach Pat O'Hara says there is still plenty to play for.
"You play this game for a lot of reasons and one of them is hopefully to go to another level," said O'Hara. " And so you are playing for your pride and you are playing for your future. So, regardless of what your record is, I think our guys will play hard."