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Fourth time's the charm? Madison Radicals sure hope so

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MADISON, Wis. (WKOW) -- The Madison Radicals have been here before. Not just once, or twice, or even three times. This weekend the Radicals head to their fourth straight AUDL Final Four, but this time, they hope to finally lock in the league championship. 

"I think it could be, "says fourth year player Andrew Brown, "I mean this year, having the fans behind us at our home stadium is huge. It's going to be a huge event for us and hopefully we can come through for them. I think this is our year."

The Radicals are one of two teams heading into Championship Weekend with a perfect record. The host team also boasts a 31-home game win streak which they hope to extend on Saturday with a win over the Seattle Cascades. The two programs will throw-off at 7 p.m. at Breese Stevens Field. 

The team formed back in 2013 and has one of the most consistent rosters in the league, which adds to their confidence heading into Saturday's match-up.

"We keep most of our roster so these guys are going back every year," says fourth year player Mike Swain, "I mean this is the first year we've gone undefeated so that shows a lot about who we are. It'll be exciting."

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