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Saturday, September 28, 3:00 p.m. Thunderbird Stadium, Vancouver Broadcasts available: Radio – www.ck750.com (pregame show at 2:30 p.m.) Shaw TV (Channel 10, HD 303 in Saskatoon and ShawDirect 299) Records coming in: Huskies: 3-1, second in Canada West, won 39-17 over Alberta in week four (ranked seventh in the FRC-CIS Football Top Ten); UBC: 2-2, fourth in the Canada West, won 37-27 over Regina in week four. Head to head history: Saskatchewan has 12 regular season wins to UBC’s one since 2003. The Huskies are 3-0 in the playoffs against UBC since 2003. The Huskies won 28-5 in the non-conference game on August 23. What’s on the line: For the | Full Article

Friday, September 20, 2013 7:00 p.m. Griffiths Stadium Broadcast available: www.ck750.com (pregame show at 6:30 p.m.). Records coming in: Huskies: 2-1, second in Canada West, lost 36-24 to the Calgary Dinos last week. Alberta: 0-3, sixth in the Canada West, lost 55-35 to the Regina Rams last week. Head to head history: The Huskies have 14 wins to Alberta’s 3 since 2003. They each have two wins in four playoff games. What’s on the line: The Bears would love to get their first win since 2010. For the Huskies, they want to get back on track. They didn’t look like the tough, run-stuffing defence they are known as last week | Full Article

Saturday, September 14, 5:00 p.m. McMahon Stadium Broadcasts available: Radio – www.ck750.com (pregame show at 4:30 p.m.) Records coming in: Huskies: 2-0, first in Canada West, won 36-34 in Manitoba last weekend (ranked sixth in the FRC-CIS Football Top Ten); Calgary 2-0, first in Canada West, won 34-27 in Regina last week (ranked fifth in the FRC-CIS Football Top Ten). Head to head history: Saskatchewan has 9 regular season wins to Calgary’s four since 2003. What’s on the line: Possibly home field advantage in the playoffs. I know – it’s week three. But considering how close all the teams seem to be this year, every game counts and it could | Full Article

Saturday, September 7, 4:00 p.m. Investors Group Field Broadcasts available at www.ck750.com (pregame show at 3:30 p.m.). TV – Shaw (channel 10 in Saskatoon, channel 303 in HD) and Shaw Direct (channels 299 and 407). Records coming in: Huskies: 1-0, first in Canada West, won 40-33 over Regina in week one (ranked eighth in the FRC-CIS Football Top Ten); Manitoba: 1-0, first in the Canada West, won 65-41 over Alberta in week one (ranked ninth in the FRC-CIS Football Top Ten). Head to head history: The Huskies have a narrow 7-5 winning record over the Bisons since 2003. The Huskies won the only playoff game in the last decade, a | Full Article

Friday, August 23, 7:00 p.m. Griffiths Stadium Broadcasts available: Radio – www.ck750.com (pregame show at 6:30 p.m.) ** Don’t forget to catch OutsiderTV at 5:45! Complete news and interviews prior to the game. ** Head to head history: Saskatchewan has 12 regular season wins to UBC’s one since 2003. The Huskies are 3-0 in the playoffs against UBC since 2003. What’s on the line: Spots on the roster for several young players. There are also several starting positions on the line for both teams. Key players: Saskatchewan Inside Receiver Charlie Power – Power’s return to the Huskies may just give the Huskies the edge they need to make it out | Full Article

Saturday, October 20, 1:00 p.m. Foote Field, Edmonton Broadcast available at www.ck750.com (pregame show at 12:30 p.m.). Webcast also available on CanadaWest.TV Records coming in: Huskies: 3-3, third in Canada West, won 44-39 over the Manitoba Bisons in week six. Alberta: 0-6, sixth in the Canada West, lost 51-1 to the Calgary Dinos in week six. Head to head history: The Huskies have 14 wins to Alberta’s 3 since 2002. They each have two wins in four playoff games. What’s on the line: The Huskies can clinch a playoff spot for the 12th year in a row with a win in Alberta. They can also gain some momentum heading into | Full Article

Friday, October 12, 7:00 p.m. Griffiths Stadium Broadcast available at www.ck750.com (pregame show at 6:30 p.m.). **Please remember to watch the OutsiderTV pregame show at 5:45 p.m.** Records coming in: Huskies: 2-3, fourth in Canada West, lost 45-4 to the Calgary Dinos in week five; Manitoba: 3-2, third in the Canada West, lost 30-27 to the Regina Rams in week five (ranked eighth in the FRC-CIS Football Top Ten). Head to head history: The Bisons lead the Huskies with seven wins to six their thirteen meetings since 2002. The Huskie have won both playoff matches the teams have played in the last decade. What’s on the line: For the Huskies, | Full Article

A few years ago, the Huskie football team had an average attendance of about 2,000 fans per game. Huskies Head Coach Brian Towriss got together with some alumni and developed a plan to increase the number of fans at the games. With the best CIS game day experience–an experience that surpasses what you will see in the CFL and most NFL stadiums–the fans have responded. The Huskies averaged 6,101 fans in 2011 and are averaging 7,057 fans per game in 2012. The stadium in 2011 had 4,997 seats and in 2012 has 6,171 seats, meaning most games were played in front of a standing room only crowd. In the past | Full Article

Saturday, September 29, 5:00 p.m. McMahon Stadium Broadcasts available: Radio – www.ck750.com (pregame show at 4:30 p.m.) TV – Shaw (channel 10 in Saskatoon, channel 303 in HD) and Shaw Direct (channels 299 and 407). Records coming in: Huskies: 2-2, Fourth in Canada West, lost 35-26 (ranked tenth in the FRC-CIS Football Top Ten); Calgary 4-0, first in Canada West, won 62-7 over UBC last week (ranked second in the FRC-CIS Football Top Ten). Head to head history: Saskatchewan has 9 regular season wins to Calgary’s four since 2002. What’s on the line: For Calgary, they will all but lock up first-place with a victory over the Huskies. They have | Full Article

Saturday, September 15, 3:00 p.m. University Stadium Broadcasts available: Radio – www.ck750.com (pregame show at 2:30 p.m.) TV – Shaw (channel 10 in Saskatoon, channel 303 in HD) and Shaw Direct (channels 299 and 407). Records coming in: Huskies: 1-1, third in Canada West, lost 31-28 in Manitoba last week (ranked ninth in the FRC-CIS Football Top Ten); UBC: 0-2, fifth in the Canada West, lost 49-20 in Regina in week two. Head to head history: Saskatchewan has 11 regular season wins to UBC’s one since 2002. The Huskies are officially 3-0 in the playoffs against UBC since 2002 since UBC’s victory over the Huskies in the Canada West semi-final | Full Article