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Fever seek first road win entering Wyoming

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PASCO, Wash. -- Saturday night the Tri-Cities Fever go for three wins in a row, as they get ready to face the Wyoming Cavalry. The short winning streak started two weeks ago against Wyoming. Now the challenge for the Fever is to win that first road game of the season. Cavalry head coach and former Fever coach Ryan Linginfelder will be ready to defend his turf.

"I think he'll chance things up. He's a good coach. He'll have a game plan. We've got some new things we put in. We just need to make sure we execute well. We understand what's going on. Know when he does adjust we need to adjust as well," Fever head coach Adam Shackleford said.

"I've never had to do that," wide receiver Dejuan Miller added, referring to facing a team three times so quickly, "But you're familiar with them. You know tendencies what they run, what type of players they have. It's a matter of executing."

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