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Tom and I discuss the Huskies’ performance last weekend and break down the game against Alberta on Friday.

Saturday, October 25, 1:30 p.m. Griffiths Stadium Broadcast available at www.ck750.com (pregame show at 1:00 p.m.). Records coming in: Huskies: 4-2, second in Canada West (lost 41-8 in Manitoba last week); Alberta: 3-3, third in Canada West (lost 52-37 to Calgary last week). Head to head history: The Huskies have a narrow 14-3 record over the Bears in the last decade. The Huskies won 42-41 over the Bears when these teams last met on September 13 What’s on the line: With a two-point victory or greater, Alberta would not only move into second place, but win the season series with the Huskies, giving them the tie-breaker should the teams finish | Full Article

Friday, October 17, 7:00 p.m. Investor’s Group Field, Winnipeg Broadcast available at www.ck750.com (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

Saturday, October 4, 7:00 p.m. Griffiths Stadium Broadcasts available: Radio – www.ck750.com (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

Saturday, September 27, 2:00 p.m. Mosaic Stadium, Regina Broadcasts available: Radio – www.ck750.com (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

Friday, September 19, 7:00 p.m. Griffiths Stadium Broadcasts available: Radio – www.ck750.com (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

Saturday, September 13, 5:00 p.m. Foote Field, Edmonton, Alberta Broadcast available at www.ck750.com (pregame show at 6:30 p.m.). Records coming in: Huskies: 1-0, second in Canada West (won 44-24 over Manitoba last week); Alberta: 0-1, sixth in Canada West (lost 71-3 to Calgary last week). Head to head history: The Huskies have a narrow 13-3 record over the Bears in the last decade. The Huskies have a 2-1 advantage What’s on the line: The Huskies want to continue to make statements in the Canada West in the lead up to the week three clash against the Dinos at Griffiths Stadium. They are still figuring a few things out, but they | Full Article

Friday, September 5, 7:00 p.m. Griffiths Stadium Broadcast available at www.ck750.com (pregame show at 6:30 p.m.). Records in 2013: Huskies: 5-3, third in Canada West; Manitoba: 5-3, second in Canada West. Saskatchewan lost 37-36 to the Bisons in the Canada West Semi-Final. Head to head history: The Huskies have a narrow 7-6 advantage over the Bisons since 2004. The teams are tied with a 1-1 record against each other in the playoffs in the past deacade. What’s on the line: An early lead in the Canada West standings. These teams may be battling for a home playoff date at the end of the season, so a win by a large | Full Article

Saturday, October 26, 1:00 p.m. Mosaic Stadium, Regina Broadcasts available: Radio – www.ck750.com (pregame show at 12:30 p.m.) TV – Shaw (channel 10 in Saskatoon, channel 303 in HD) and Shaw Direct (channels 299 and 407). Records coming in: Huskies – 4-3, third in Canada West (ranked tenth in the CIS Top Ten poll). Regina: 2-5, fifth in the Canada West, eliminated from playoff contention. Head to head history: Saskatchewan has 13 regular season wins to Regina’s four since 2003. The Huskies have one win to Regina’s two in the playoffs over the same period. All-time, the Huskies are 20-9 against the Rams. What’s on the line: For the Huskies, | Full Article

Friday, October 4, 7:00 p.m. Griffiths Stadium Broadcasts available: Radio – www.ck750.com (pregame show at 6:30 p.m.) Records coming in: Huskies: 4-1, second in Canada West, won 17-12 at UBC last weekend (ranked sixth in the FRC-CIS Football Top Ten); Calgary 5-0, first in Canada West, won 76-21 at Alberta last weekend (ranked third in the FRC-CIS Football Top Ten). Head to head history: Saskatchewan has nine regular season wins to Calgary’s five since 2003. What’s on the line: First place in the Canada West conference in 2013. Key players: Saskatchewan Quarterback Drew Burko – Burko will need to play his best game of the season if the Huskies hope | Full Article