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Halftime fireworks smoke delays U of S Huskies football game

SASKATOON – The halftime show during the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) Huskies football game on Saturday night provided a situation unlike any other at Saskatoon’s Griffiths Stadium. 354 more words


Saskatchewan Huskies ready to blackout UBC’s running game

Watch above: The Vanier Cup will be in the house as the Huskies and Thunderbirds clash in the blackout game

SASKATOON – Through four weeks of action, the Canada West Conference has been dominated by offence; more specifically, the passing game.  352 more words


Lauren Zary returns home to play hockey for Saskatchewan Huskies

Watch above: Lauren Zary back home and ready to play for the Huskies

SASKATOON – For the past two years, Lauren Zary played hockey south of the border; NCAA Division 1 at Brown University. 277 more words


Saskatchewan Huskies looking solid at midway point of season

Watch above: Huskies pleased with record, not satisfied with play

SASKATOON – The Saskatchewan Huskies have hit the road twice in 2014, both times returning to Saskatoon with a win. 292 more words


Huskies, Rams renew provincial university football rivalry

Watch above: Huskies, Rams set to clash in provincial university football rivalry

SASKATOON – Huskies. Rams. It’s a provincial university football rivalry that will take place just once in 2014. 332 more words


Goalie tandem source of strength for Saskatchewan Huskies

Watch above: no question mark in net for the Saskatchewan Huskies men’s hockey team

SASKATOON- There will be a few question marks this season for the young Saskatchewan Huskies men’s hockey team, but goaltending shouldn’t be one of them. 337 more words


Huskies team testing catches Jordan Arkko using banned substance

Watch above: Huskies OL Jordan Arkko banned for two-years after positive drug test

SASKATOON – This past spring, University of Saskatchewan Athletic Director Basil Hughton, Dean Carol Rogers of the College of Kinesiology, and head coach Brian Towriss invited the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) to test the entire football team for banned substances. 255 more words