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  • The #skhuskies lose 41-8 to the Manitoba Bisons. They fall to 4-2 on the season. Next game is Sat, Oct. 25 at 1:30 vs. Alberta at Griffiths.

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Friday, October 17, 7:00 p.m. Investor’s Group Field, Winnipeg Broadcast available at (pregame show at 6:30 p.m.). Records in 2014: Huskies: 4-1, second in Canada West (won 31-25 over UBC on October 4); Manitoba: 2-3, fourth in Canada West (lost 38-31 to Alberta on October 4 Head to head history: The Huskies have an 8-6 advantage over the Bisons since 2004. The Huskies won the week one match 44-24 in Saskatoon. What’s on the line: The Bisons have a lot on the line. If they want to stay in the hunt for second place and a home playoff game, they must win this game. They also need to stay | Full Article

Canada West is on a bye and there is no Huskie football this week. So here’s a look back to last week’s unforgettable BLACKOUT night and big win over UBC.

Tom and I discuss the game and what lies ahead for the Huskies as they head into the stretch run of the season.

Saturday, October 4, 7:00 p.m. Griffiths Stadium Broadcasts available: Radio – (pregame show at 6:30 p.m.) Records heading in: Saskatchewan – 3-1, second in the Canada West, won 21-16 over Regina last week. UBC – 1-3, sixth in Canada West, won 49-13 over Alberta last week. Head to head history: Saskatchewan has 12 regular season wins to UBC’s one since 2004. What’s on the line: For the Huskies, staying in the hunt for first place and ahead of Manitoba for second heading into the Thanksgiving bye-week. For the Thunderbirds, a win would help them keep pace with the Bears and Rams for the fourth playoff spot. However, a loss will | Full Article

This Saturday at 7 we BLACKOUT Griffiths. Get your tickets now!

Episode four is here and in this episode we will visit with RB Jarvis James, LB Dylan Kemp and head coach Brian Towriss. Also, the Outsiders are back and we take a quick look at how impressive they have been with their picks thus far.

Saturday, September 27, 2:00 p.m. Mosaic Stadium, Regina Broadcasts available: Radio – (pregame show at 1:30 p.m.) Records coming in: Huskies – 2-1, second in Canada West (lost 38-24 to the Calgary Dinos last week). Regina: 1-2, fifth in Canada West (lost 44-42 to Alberta last week). Head to head history: Saskatchewan has 12 regular season wins to Regina’s four since 2004. The Huskies have one win to Regina’s two in the playoffs over the same period. All-time, the Huskies are 21-9 against the Rams. What’s on the line: The Huskies want to hit the mid-point of the season on a winning note and take the only game of | Full Article

Instead of a game story, we decided to record our fourth episode of Outsider Radio, recapping the game and looking forward to next week’s match up with the Rams. Click here for the box score of tonight’s close game.

Friday, September 19, 7:00 p.m. Griffiths Stadium Broadcasts available: Radio – (pregame show at 6:30 p.m.) Records coming in: Huskies: 2-0, second in Canada West, won 42-41 in overtime over Alberta last week; Calgary 2-0, first in Canada West, won 59-11 over UBC last week. Head to head history: Saskatchewan has eight regular season wins to Calgary’s six since 2004. Calgary has won the last five games, dating back to the 2011 season. What’s on the line: There’s more on the line for the Dinos than the Huskies. For the Dinos, anything less than a repeat performance of their first two dominant games would be a disappointment. For the | Full Article

The Huskies escaped with a week two win in the narrowest of fashions, coming back in the last two minutes from an eight point deficit and knocking down a questionable two-point convert attempt by the Alberta Golden Bears in overtime. While the Huskies battled a tough and much-improved Bears team all afternoon, they also battled themselves in all three phases of the game. This was certainly not the result one expected after last week’s 71-3 blowout of the Bears by the Dinos and the 44-24 one-sided victory by the Huskies over the Bisons. The Huskies had a difficult game from the start, with Jeremy Long finally getting into the endzone | Full Article