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Arkko handed two-year suspension

University of Saskatchewan offensive lineman Jordan Arkko has received a two-year suspension from the Canadian Center for Ethics in Sports.
Football

Huskies light up Bisons

The University of Saskatchewan Huskies used a dominant second half to knock off the University of Manitoba Bisons by a score of 44–24.
Football-Coach

Towriss hits field for 31st season

There isn’t much Huskies football head coach Brian Towriss hasn’t seen. The 2014 season will be his 31st year at the helm of one of the strongest football programs in the country.
Football

Expectations high for 2014 football season

The University of Saskatchewan Huskies football team is looking to take the next step. The Huskies convocated 11 players from last year’s squad and there will be plenty of fresh faces on both sides of the ball.
FIFA

World Cup never fails to impress

The World Cup is the biggest soccer tournament in the world, and from June 11 to July 13 the 2014 tournament is taking place in Brazil.
roughriders

Roughriders aim for repeat in 2014

The 2014 edition of the Saskatchewan Roughriders have a tough act to follow.  After last year’s squad had arguably the most successful season in...
Fans of the Green and White flocked to Mosaic Stadium to see their team capture the cup.

Grey Cup goes green, stays in Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan Roughriders capped off their dream season with a 45-23 dismantling of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in Regina on Sunday night to capture the 2013 Grey Cup. The Riders dominated from the coin toss and turned the province into full on party mode.
The Huskies fought for a 12 point lead over the Bisons with less than ten minutes left to play but stumbled when it was time to close out the win.

Huskies season ends in heartbreak

The University of Manitoba Bisons may have had the Winnipeg home crowd on their side during the Canada West semi-final game but the Huskies had history on theirs — the Huskies had not lost a post-season game to the Bisons in 40 years. That changed on Nov. 1 when the Bisons defeated the Huskies 37-36 in a rousing contest that went right down to the wire.