KENNEWICK, Wash. -- The Tri-Cities Fever's high-scoring offense is often talked about but it's defense also has a lot to do with the team's 4-1 start.
Sunday, in their win over Kent, the Fever 'D' allowed just 7 points combined in the 2nd and 3rd quarters and allowed only 191 yards in the game.
The Fever 'D' insists that you should expect big things from them for the rest of the season.
"We had some big stops and I think that it is a pride thing," said linebacker Jason Beauchamp. "We know how good this defense is and we know how good our coaching is. You can expect even more from us. We expect to make big stops like that every game."
Next up for the Fever, Saturday at the Arizona Adrenaline.