The fireworks in Griffiths Stadium provided more of a spark than the University of Saskatchewan Huskies offence Oct. 14 in the Dogs 20-8 loss to the University of Calgary Dinos. "I think we dropped five or six passes. We didn't run hard, we didn't block anybody, and it was pretty much a total offensive collapse," said
The Huskies are hoping that their luck on home turf continues Oct. 14 when they line up against the league-leading Calgary Dinos for their final home game of the season. Saskatchewan has yet to lose inside Griffiths Stadium this year, but they will be greatly tested by the undefeated Dinos — earlier this year, the Dinos
Ben Coakwell's presence was exactly what the University of Saskatchewan Huskies offence needed to get out of their slump. The running back rushed for over 200 yards and had two touchdowns in the Huskies’ 36-33 win over the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds at Griffiths Stadium Sept. 30. It was only his second game
The wind got the best of the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on Sept. 17 as the Manitoba Bisons handed them their first loss of the season.
Brothers Zach and Dylan Hart played for opposing teams during the Huskies v. Rams football game at Griffiths Stadium on Sept. 9. While the Huskies defeated the Rams, watching Dylan leave the game on a stretcher wasn't what Zach wanted to see.
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies compete within the Canada West Universities Athletic Association conference as part of Canadian Interuniversity Sport. In order to win a CIS championship, which is top honours in the country’s university athletics, teams must qualify and win their conference’s playoffs, and win the CIS playoffs — the only exception in qualifying…
Coming off the 2010-11 season, the Huskies saw a few of their teams put up their strongest showings in history. Read on for a full list of what's in store this year for the Huskies.
In their Sept. 2. game against the Albert Golden Bears, the U of S Huskies' defence did not allow a single point against, and continued their nine year streak of never losing an opening game.
Jahlani Gilbert-Knorren and Trent Peterson have been fighting for the position of starting quarterback all summer and head coach Brian Towriss is still “not ready to say” who will start during the regular season.
University of Saskatchewan Huskies point guard Jamelle Barrett was the highest scoring varsity basketball player in Canada last year. But he has football on his mind.