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
The University of Saskatchewan men’s football team picked up momentum heading into the post-season after defeating the University of Regina Rams 33-15 on Saturday Oct. 26 in Regina.
Huskies’ football player Charlie Power is looking to trade in his green and white uniform for red, black and white when he suits up for the Calgary Stampeders. The Okotoks, Alta. native was drafted 28th overall to the Stampeders in the Canadian Football League Entry Draft in 2012.
The seventh ranked University of Saskatchewan Huskies men’s football team fell to the visiting University of Manitoba Bisons 33-26 and 4-3 on the season.
The Huskies football team battled the elements and the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds on Sept. 27 for a 17-12 victory in Vancouver. The Huskies are now 4-1 this season and remain in the number two spot in the Canada West rankings.
The Huskies football team returned to Griffiths Stadium with a bang on Friday night, defeating the University of Alberta Golden Bears 39-17 during the homecoming game.
When two undefeated teams met last Saturday night only one could escape with their record unscathed. The University of Saskatchewan men’s football team suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of the Calgary Dinos on Sept. 14.
The Huskies picked up their second win of the season, edging the University of Manitoba Bisons 36-34 in a back-and-forth contest on Sept. 7 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
There really isn’t anything better than watching the Huskies win under the Friday night lights.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders began practicing June 2 at Griffith’s Stadium with a few familiar faces on the field.