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If you are questioning whether you want to go to the biggest game of the Huskies season tomorrow night, check out the video below. The Huskies host the number two ranked Calgary Dinos for the annual BLACKOUT game where the lights go out and 7500 fans wave green glo-sticks during the team intro. On top of that, it is the fifth year game where all of the fifth year players are honoured. If that is not enough, how about seeing the top two CanadaWest teams play in front of the best college football atmosphere in the country. [wpvideo rxIAY5W4] Fans are encouraged to buy their tickets early and be in | Full Article

Well, we got started a little late, but we will keep you up-to-speed until 6:00ish. You can catch tonight’s game on Shaw TV or on CK750. 6:15 pm Rams QB Marc Mueller was just interviewed by Laurence Nixon in the Coaches Club. Coach Towriss is now giving a rundown of the last game. 5:50 pm The teams are on the field. The Concorde Kids Zone is up and ready. The first few hundred fans in the game get one of these: 5:38 pm Coach Towriss is out near the gate greeting people as they come in. The Rams have taken the field to practice field goals. Our intrepid photographers Liam | Full Article

Alright Huskies fans… we are set up and ready to go. Lots to report until 6:00ish. The CK750 pregame show starts at 6:30. 5:50pm Now that the teams are on the field we are going to wind things up. There are still tickets left, but they are going quickly. The military displays are awesome, so come and check it out. See you after the game! 5:45pm The special teams are on the field warming up. Big shoutout to the tailgaters on the top of the parkade. 5:33pm Forgot to upload this earlier, but if you are still in non-conference mode, here is a video from the last game: 5:30pm Just | Full Article

We posted an article last week about the Huskies Support our Troops game this Friday as tehy host the Alberta Golden Bears at 7pm at Griffiths Stadium. There are lots of things that we are going to talk about on the field over the next 48 hours before kick-off. But we’ve had lots of questions and incredible interest in the game, so we thought we would re-post some info on the “Support our Troops” Alex Balogun models the Huskies camo jersey (Photo: Kevin Jesus) Huskie Football is excited to announce that the team has dedicated its home opener on September 2nd to pay honour to the Troops of the Canadian | Full Article

The Huskie defense played a pretty good second half against the Windsor Lancers, but they came out and really struggled early in the game. Given the veteran talent on this unit, the first half performance was a surprise and disappointment. We caught up with several members of the defense, along with defensive coordinator Ed Carleton, after the game. “We’ve got a few things to fix,” stated Coach Carleton. “You’re not very happy when your first unit gives up a 70 yard screen. We’ve got to get some guys in the right place. We were better in the second half after we saw what they were doing, but it shouldn’t have | Full Article

The Windsor Lancers arrived in Saskatoon on Thursday night. They’ll have Friday morning walk through and then head back to the stadium for tonight’s big game. Kick off is 7:00 pm. Tickets are still available here. The Lancers, who finished 2-6 last season are lead by Interim Head Coach Joe D’Amore who appears to be doing all of the right things heading into the 2011 season. He takes over from a fired Mike Morencie who was their coach for 13 years. Windsor has never played a CanadaWest team so the game is a first for them. For the Huskies, this will be their fourth non-conference game in four years, something | Full Article

Friday, August 26, 7:00 p.m. Griffiths Stadium at PotashCorp Park Broadcasts available: www.ck750.com (pregame show at 6:30 p.m.). Records Last Season: Windsor: 2-6, eighth in the Ontario University Athletics conference. Saskatchewan: 6-2, first in the Canada West University Athletics Association Head to head history: None. This is their first ever meeting. What’s on the line: Playing time for a number of players. For the Huskies, the play along the offensive line, at cornerback, and at quarterback will help the coaches make some tough decisions. For Windsor, what better way to boost your confidence than to defeat one of the top programs in Canada? Even keeping the game close would be | Full Article

Welcome to Huskieville, Canada West semifinal edition. We will be live blogging from around the stadium until around noon when we will head over to the coaches club for some insight into the game. Please hit refresh every few minutes to see the latest news. Don’t forget to flip over to CK750 for their live pre-game show at 12:30. Today’s game is not televised. 11:52am Well, that is it for the pre-game blog. The Huskies will be on the field in a few minutes and after that, we have no access to the team. The weather here is amazing today for football. If you aren’t sure about coming to the | Full Article

Saturday, November 6, 1:00 p.m. Griffiths Stadium at Potash Corp Park Broadcast available at www.ck750.com (pregame show at 12:30 p.m.) Records coming in: Alberta: 3-5, lost to Calgary 37-5 last week; Saskatchewan: 6-2, beat Regina 52-29 last week (ranked #3 in the FRC-CIS Top 10 Poll). Head to head history: Saskatchewan has 13 regular season wins to Alberta’s 4 since 2000. The Huskies are 2-1 against the Bears in the playoffs since 2003. What’s on the line: A spot in the Hardy Cup. The Bears want to head to Calgary or Regina next week, and the Huskies want to host Calgary or Regina next week. Key players: The Bears have | Full Article

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