Tom and I discuss the Huskies’ 59-19 loss to the Calgary Dinos.
The Huskies are coming off their best performance of the season, and now they embark on road matchup with the best team in the country. This is the front end of a home and home series with the Calgary Dinos, and we take a look at it with another edition of Three Downs. 1st down: To what do you credit the Huskies’ turnaround in the last 2 games? Dallas: I think it has to do with the veteran core of the team. Fourth and fifth year players like Drew Burko, Dylan Kemp, Chris Friesen, Mat Leung and Donovan Dale have been through a lot of ups and downs in their | Full Article
The Huskies earned a much needed win over Regina last week, and hope to even their record with a trip to Vancouver to face the TBirds. Dallas and Tom discuss the first 3 weeks of the season, and look ahead to Friday’s game, with another edition of Three Downs. 1st down: What did we learn about the Huskies last Friday night in their win against the Regina Rams? Dallas: I think we learned that they are a potentially explosive team on offence. When they are firing on all cylinders, they have the weapons to put up some big points. Conversely, I think we learned that they are very tough against | Full Article
The Dogs put one up in the win column with a solid performance against the Rams on Friday night. It’s time to hand out some game balls: Offence: Dallas: Nine catches for 135 yards and two touchdowns earned Mitch Hillis the offensive player of the game from me. He is a dangerous player who is a special athlete, as I said on the last Outsider Radio. With him and Tyler Chow available, this offence has the ability to light up the opposition. Tom: Tyler Chow averaged an impressive 8.3 yards/carry and added 56 yards receiving, so I’ll award the 2nd year RB my offensive game ball. Defence: Tom: There’s a | Full Article
Tom and I break down the Huskies first win of the season, a win against the Regina Rams.
Tom and I preview the Huskies’ upcoming game against the Regina Rams.
Tom and I discuss the Huskies’ 36-24 loss to the Alberta Golden Bears.
The Huskies will play their first road game of the year on Friday night in Edmonton vs. the UofA Bears. The Dogs will try and rebound from their first season-opening defeat since 2002. Dallas and I discuss the game with another edition of Three Downs. 1st down: What is a key to victory for the Huskies on offence? Dallas: It’s simple. Eliminate (or, at least, severely limit) mistakes. Turnovers cost us the last two games that mattered. Protect the ball and make the throws that are there. Tom: After what transpired last week, it goes without saying that the Huskies need to do a better job taking care of the | Full Article
Tom and I discuss the Huskies’ 34-28 loss to Manitoba immediately following last night’s game.
Another CanWest season begins on Friday night, under the lights, at Griffiths Stadium. Huskie Outsider weighs in on the game and the upcoming season with another edition of “Three Downs.” 1st down: How important is it for the Huskies to start the year off with a win? Dallas: It’s important. Not crucial but important. If they lose the first game, chances are they will be chasing the Dinos all year. Putting up a decisive win would give them a lot of confidence and put the rest of the conference on notice that the Huskies are for real. Tom: With the expected strength in the Canada West, it’s more important to | Full Article