KENNEWICK, Wash. - This season. Fever coach Cedric Walker has made a lot of roster moves trying to find the right group of guys. One guy Walker got rid of earlier this year--Jamie Hattley-- came back to bite him over the weekend. The defensive back, now with Arkansas, was all over the field Saturday, helping the Twisters hand the Fever their third straight loss. Hattley finished with an interception, two fumble recoveries and four tackles. "Its crazy man, because I met so many good people and had so many good friends up here," said Hattley. "But this is a business. It is what it is. I don't have no personal vendetta against anyone. I still wanted to come and show my skills up here. It felt good and I'm glad we got a win." The Fever travel to Boise Saturday. As of Monday night. The roster had remained the same. Walker promised changes after the Arkansas game, in which the team scored a season-low 28 points. It's still unclear what he has planned. After the game he was asked what the problem was. "Everybody is the biggest problem," he said. "Not one person, everybody on the Tri-Cities Fever. We got to regroup, We got a lot of guys who don't understand the ramifications of what we trying to do here so we gonna make some changes."