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Steven Whitehead says Fever has unfinished business against Sioux Falls

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KENNEWICK, Wash. -- After beating the Wichita Wild Friday night, the Tri-Cities Fever is back in the United Bowl. It is a rematch of last year's title game against Sioux Falls.

Friday the Fever won the Intense Conference Championship 51-30. Monday SWX caught up with Fever wideout Steven Whitehead. The wideout the team is still on cloud nine after winning the conference title.

"We have unfinished business that we didn't take care of last year. Hopefully we get our chance this year to redeem ourselves. It's a little exciting heading back to Sioux Falls. I know a lot of people wanted Green Bay to win so we could have a home game. But I couldn't of wanted it any other way. To be the best you have to beat the best," Whitehead said.

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