Our city has it pretty good when it comes to university football in the Canada West. Year after year it seems the Huskies are the team to beat in the Canada West, but recently the rest of the teams in the conference have been closing the gap.
Wrestling just does not get the respect it deserves, which is why from Sept. 25 to Nov. 5, the Link Gallery at the University of Saskatchewan hosted the wrestling exhibit Ring-a-Ding-Dong-Dandy: Glimpses of Wrestling History.
The Oct. 30 and 31 games between the Huskies and Lethbridge Pronghorns were cancelled due to a quarter of the Lethbridge roster contracting flu-like symptoms.
Recap of Huskies volleyball, soccer and hockey as well as some upcoming games.
Ashley Hill, registered dietician and owner of Nutrition Essentials, provides some valuable advice for maintaining a healthy diet.
After demolishing UBC in the Shrum Bowl, the Simon Fraser University Clan cruised into their Canada West bye week with a playoff pulse. However, Canada West officials have brought the Clan's season to a crashing halt.
Prairie Dogs kicker and defensive back Grant Shaw continued to make his mark in the Canada West record books this season, helping guide his team to a decisive victory over the Alberta Golden Bears 39-3 on Oct. 23.
It looks to be another competitive year in the gritty Western Conference. Look for L.A., Denver and San Antonio set the pace what's bound to be a tight race for the playoffs.
Though the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics are little over 100 days away, the hype has already been ignited ”“ literally. The Olympic torch was recently sparked at Olympia in Greece, marking the beginning of its quest to North America.
If you want to talk about tailgating and frenzied football culture, you don't have to look any further than the small suburb of Orchard Park, Buffalo. Ralph Wilson Stadium is a Buffalo Bills wonderland. Everywhere you looked, Bills paraphernalia littered the streets, homes and businesses located in the vicinity of the stadium.