Today is the second in a two-part series that takes a look at the holiday season for some of the Huskie Football players. We asked a few players to answer some questions on Christmas past and the upcoming holiday season. Bryce McCall, safety What was the best gift you received as a child? My brother | Full Article
It was a pleasant evening when the Huskies took the the field for their first practice in preparation for the Canada West semifinal against Alberta to be played this Saturday at 1:00. A breeze kicked in from the east which cooled things off, but you can’t argue with the weather we’ve been having at this | Full Article
First down: who gets the offensive game ball? Dallas: With four touchdowns and 424 yards passing, plus another 20 yards on five carries, quarterback Laurence Nixon deserves to be named offensive player of the game. Tom: There are several possibilities for the offensive game ball: Dathan Thomas had 3 TD’s and went over the century | Full Article
The Huskies returned to the practice field last night as they prepare for their first place showdown against the University of Regina Rams. The CanadaWest schedule makers couldn’t have drawn things up better by pitting these two provincial rivals against each other on the final weekend of conference play. The Huskies, Rams and Dinos are | Full Article
Huskie Outsider QuickHits is back. Today Michelle speaks with new Huskies receiver Owen Geier. Geier is in his first year with the Huskies after transferring from SFU. . This video was filmed a few weeks ago.
I talked with Head Coach Brian Towriss and Slotback Owen Geier about the game against Manitoba this Friday at 7:00.
After each game, our panel of pundits awards a Huskie the Unsung Hero award which typically goes to a player who may not get a lot of media attention, but was a big-time contributor in the game. Tom: I’m going with Owen Geier. He looked great in practice all week, and he had 4 receptions | Full Article
1st Down: Who gets the game ball on offense? Dallas: I thought Ben Coakwell had an outstanding game. He was a receiving threat on Friday night, with four catches for 41 yards, and his hard running allowed the passing game to open up. 139 all purpose yards and a touchdown is a pretty good night. | Full Article
The Huskies continued preparation last night for their game at Alberta tomorrow night. The team left for Edmonton this morning and will practice there this afternoon. Receiver Rory Kohlert returned to practice after missing Tuesday. He looked ready to play. Quarterback Laurence Nixon dressed for practice and took a few snaps. He will travel to | Full Article
The Huskies held their second practice last night to prepare for the game in Edmonton against Alberta on Friday at 7:00. We didn’t provide a practice report yesterday as we got busy doing some other things; sorry about that. The offense was wearing their white “road” jerseys and white helmets. The defense was in green. | Full Article