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Saturday, November 7, 2015


CALGARY - Running back Mercer Timmins rushed for two touchdowns to lead the Dinos (9-0) to a comeback 37-29 victory over Saskatchewan (4-5). Undefeated Calgary will play UBC for the 79th Hardy Cup next Saturday.

VANCOUVER - Michael O'Connor threw 231 yards and three touchdown passes as UBC (7-2) dispatched Manitoba (5-4) 52-10 to send the Thunderbirds to the Hardy Cup final.

SASKATOON - The Canadian Bowl was successfully defended by the Saskatoon Hilltops Saturday afternoon, with the Hilltops defeating the Okanagan Sun 38-24 in front of a good crowd in really good weather.

(With files from the Canadian Press)


Anonymous said...

get used to U of C an UBC in the final every year for the foreseeable future.

Anonymous said...

Post no comments on this Regina sports blog about the toppers. This blog is best for no win and high loss seasons. Regina teams dominate in that category.
BTW do expect the Rams to meet the expectations of a Regina team as the Huskies reloaded and won't belong to this type of blog.

Anonymous said...

hello Saskatoon idiot why are you trolling on somebodys blog regina losers you say at least REGINA TEAMS PLAY BY THE RULES THE HILLTOPS have always had the homer side when iit comes to officials the Okanagan sun broadcaster could not believe the amount of penalties the sun had in the first half he could nt believe it !the out of bounds play that led to a win in regina was a joke yes the officials also like the hilltops in Regina too! THe rams of the pfc went into Saskatoon knowing they had to give Saskatoon ten points off the bat knowing the officials would be right there cheering for Saskatoon and lots of times the rams still won lol! the regina rams were simply the best in their time in the pfc so hmm regina couldn't win yeah right lol iif you want to say regina hasn't won anything and is the city of losers fine but the facts tell another story period !