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The Huskies wrapped up their 2013 spring camp with their annual spring scrimmage. For the first time in several years, sunscreen, not thermal undergarments or rain gear, was a requirement for the several hundred fans in attendance. With many veterans sitting out with injuries, including four of five starting receivers, young players took the opportunity | Full Article
The Huskies capped off a successful spring camp with their annual scrimmage. The highlights of the scrimmage are below.
After a decent 2012, one which saw the Huskies finish third in the Canada West in terms of scoring and total yardage in spite of working in a new quarterback, two new receivers and two new starters on the offensive line, the expectations for the offence have risen sharply. The Huskies now have one of | Full Article
The Huskies will be looking to improve on their defensive showing from 2012, when they finished third in total defence and third in scoring defence. After losing veterans like safety Bryce McCall, defensive tackle David Rybinski and cornerback Mitch Friesen, improving will not be an easy task. Thanks to good recruiting, the Huskies should be | Full Article
The Canada West 2013 football schedule was released this morning. The Huskies will once again be hosting a non-conference game to start the year, with the UBC Thunderbirds visiting Griffiths Stadium on Friday, August 23 at 7:00 p.m. The Huskies will start the regular season looking to set another Canada West attendance record as they | Full Article
Three University of Saskatchewan Huskies will participate in the 2013 East West Bowl on Saturday, May 11 in London, Ontario. Wide receiver Kit Hillis, who was named a CIS first-team all-Canadian after registering a Canada West leading 797 yards receiving and eight touchdowns, was named to the West roster. He will be joined by middle | Full Article
Following the 2008 season, the Huskies identified special teams as an area in need of improvement. They expanded their coaching staff, bringing in veteran coach Doug Humbert to coordinate special teams. The improvements were immediate, with special teams being a key factor in the success of the team over the past two years, keeping the | Full Article
With mountains of snow several feet high in their yards and thick sheets of ice covering their streets, few Saskatonians have their minds on football with the season several months away. But football is exactly what is on the minds of the Huskie coaching staff as they prepare their team to go to the Hardy | Full Article