All it takes is one CIS National Championship to change the course of an athletic program at the university level.
It was a frenzied weekend of basketball for the Huskies men's and women's basketball teams ”” and neither disappointed.
Former Huskies men's basketball head coach Greg Jockims was at the Physical Activity Complex Feb. 26 to watch game two of the Canada West quarter-finals against the University of Regina Cougars.
Both the Huskies men's and women's basketball teams proved once again why they are the best basketball program in the country.
It's an 8,347 km direct flight from Toronto to get to Tel Aviv. Unfortunately, not only does that number represent a great distance, it represents the disconnect many Canadians feel toward Israel.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have found their man. After the shocking resignation of Ken Miller, the Roughriders have made their decision for the team's 28th head coach.
For 364 days the Saskatchewan Roughriders waited patiently for revenge. Alas, the Montreal Alouettes denied them again in the 98th Grey Cup.
For the third time in four years the Saskatchewan Roughriders are Western Division Champions after a thrilling 20-16 win over Calgary.
A dramatic overtime victory puts Saskatchewan one win away from the Grey Cup.
As far as I'm concerned, the Huskies run one of the best shows in the CIS. But there's a little bit of a problem ”” I'm now a student at the University of Regina.