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Fever Have to Execute to Win

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KENNEWICK, Wash. - The Tri-Cities Fever are still looking to get a complete game performance. The week seven rematch with the Texas Revolution started great but ended poor. The opposite of week six when Tri-Cities started poor but ended great. Neither was enough to get a win over Texas. This past weekend Texas scored 30 points in the second half. Two interceptions didn't help wither. It all comes down to execution.

"They executed, if we hold them to as many point as we did in Dallas we win that football game. We made too many mistakes again, on offense to get the home win. And defensively I was a little disappointed with the number of points we gave up," said Adam Shackleford, Fever head coach

"Just executing our plays, and they came out from the previous week beating us by three, they came out and did some different things we weren't used to," said Donyae Coleman, Fever defensive back.

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