Huskies claim 84th Hardy Cup, 20th in program history with win over Bisons

Despite trailing by 16 points in the first-quarter, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) Huskies football rallied and ultimately defeated the Manitoba Bisons 45-17 in the 84th Hardy Cup at Griffiths Stadium.

Hosting the game on home field for the first-time since 2009, the Huskies were playing in their third-consecutive Hardy Cup and went on to win their second conference title in three seasons and ultimately, the 20th in program history.

With the win, Saskatchewan earns a trip to Quebec for the 2021 Uteck Bowl — which serves as the national semi-final — as they take on the RSEQ Champion Montreal Carabins next Saturday.

“It feels good,” said Huskies head coach Scott Flory in a story published on the Huskies news site. “Our guys know, we're not done. We got two more games and that's what our eyes are on.”

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