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Huskies notch fifth-straight playoff loss

It took a wild second half comeback for the University of Manitoba Bisons to upset the University of Saskatchewan Huskies and eliminate them from the Canada West playoffs.
The Huskies had a win over the Canada West top ranked Dinos in their sights, but a strong second-half push by the visiting team took on the challenge.

Dinos blackout Huskies

The Huskies took on the undefeated Univeristy of Calgary Dinos on Oct. 4 but were unable to hand the visiting team their first loss of the year. The Canada West number one team topped the rival number two ranked Dogs 24-12 during the Huskies annual blackout game.
Receiver Kit Hillis ran through the Thunderbird defense and the rain during the Huskies 17-12 triumph.

Huskies fend off Thunderbirds

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 put up a fight, but were ultimately overpowered by the Calgary Dinos and fell from the top of the Canada West standings following the loss.

Calgary Dinos snap Huskies winning streak

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.
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Dogs football serious about off-season training

It may be the off-season for university football, but Huskies’ players know that is no reason to slack off. In terms of physical training, there is no real time off for Huskies football players; they continue to prepare for next fall’s games with a heavy workout and indoor practice schedule.
Dogs quarterback Drew Burko had his worst offensive showing of the year Nov. 2.

Huskies rammed out of playoffs

The University of Saskatchewan Huskies football team lost out of playoffs in the conference semifinal round for the third consecutive year. The squad struggled to get any sort of offensive momentum in the road game, and as a result lost 31-9 against Regina Rams in a snowy Mosaic Stadium Nov. 2.
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Dog Watch: Richard Zacharias

Richard Zacharias only in his first year with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies football team but after one season as middle linebacker Richard Zacharias has already shown his aggressive domination on the field.
Defensive back Mitch Friesen intercepted UBC quarterback Billy Greene’s pass in the first quarter and ran it back 50 yards.

Football: Dogs set for playoffs after big win against BC

The Huskies football squad finished their regular season with an explosive offensive charge fueled by the return of quarterback Drew Burko. The Dogs made light work of the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, winning 52-24 in Griffiths Stadium Oct. 26.
Huskies receiver Garrett Burgess picked up 12 catches for 135 yards against Manitoba Oct. 12.

Football: Huskies steal win from Bisons

An offensive explosion led by two first-year Huskies earned the Dogs 28 points in the fourth quarter against the Manitoba Bisons Oct. 12 at Griffiths Stadium. The Dogs were down 29-16 entering the final frame, but the surge of points completed their 44-39 come-from-behind win.