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Catch a U of S Huskies Football Game

Catch a U of S Huskies Football Game

It's play-off time! Saturday, Nov. 2, at 3 p.m. the Saskatchewan Huskies (5-3) meet the Alberta Golden Bears (4-4) in the semifinal pursuit of the Hardy Cup at Griffiths Stadium in Nutrien Park. This is the first time in five years, the University of Saskatchewan is hosting a post-season game. The Huskies lead the series and have defeated the Golden Bears in their last eight meetings in Saskatoon.
Get tickets here.  Tickets range from $10 up to $25-$40 for adult tickets, depending on seating area.
If you haven't attended a University of Saskatchewan Huskies football game with your family, I recommend adding it to your fall family bucket list.

I graduated from Oklahoma State University, where football is a weekend ritual in the fall, complete with tailgating, an amazing marching band, big cheer squads and roaring crowds of 60,000 people. When I first moved to Saskatchewan in 2007, I was admittedly underwhelmed at the turn-out and fanfare for my first University of Saskatchewan football game in Griffiths Stadium which has a capacity of more like 6,000.

However, almost a decade later, when my daughter was 3 and my son was 7, I decided to give  Huskie football another try. We ended up having so much fun and have attended at least one U of S football game each season since.
We generally go early for some pre-game fun at Rally Alley {which opens at 2 p.m. on the play-off day}. There's food, games, entertainment, bouncies and generally a few swag items before the game.

The games now have pyrotechnics, fun music, give-aways and a Kids Zone with large inflatables at one of the end zones. The kids always enjoy interacting with the U of S mascot, Howler, as well.

All the outside entertainment aside, my family enjoys watching the football game. My husband and I enjoy teaching the rules of the game to our kids, and they seem to enjoy learning about it.
According to the U of S Athletics Department, Saskatchewan was dominant at home in the 2019 regular season, outscoring their opponents 135-44 with home-field advantage. Let's go, Huskies!

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