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Fever stay confident after another great game with Colorado

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KENNEWICK, Wash. -- The Tri-Cities Fever have a sense for the dramatic with the Colorado Ice. Again their latest match-up Saturday was a great finish. The Fever won in overtime, 52-49. New kicker Brady Beeson hit the game-winning 24-yard field goal. The Fever say confidence is peaking right now.

"It felt real good. Going into overtime we were all like, "oh overtime again, back-to-back-weeks.' But we pulled out that win. You always want to pull out those close ones because it shows that we stay together as a team throughout adversity," Fever running back Dennis Kennedy said.

"It's a confidence builder for us because Colorado is a good football team. To beat them on the road helps us in a lot of ways. We recruit a lot against them in the off-season. So to get a win at their place will help us in the off-season with recruiting, and we know at some point we're probably going to see them again in the playoffs," Fever head coach Adam Shackleford added.

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