A major halftime adjustment spurred the Manitoba Bisons past the Saskatchewan Huskies in a 38-17 victory on Saturday.
The Huskies took a 17-13 lead into halftime with touchdowns by Tyler Chow and Ben Getzlaf.
After the break, it was all Manitoba. The Bisons scored 21 unanswered points in the second half, part of 28 straight points in the game.
Bisons quarterback Theo Deezar threw for 447 yards with three touchdowns, the 4th-highest single game total in team history.
Manitoba’s defense was equally impressive, holding the Huskies to 99 total yards and just five first downs in the second half.
Kyle Siemans and Drew Burko both took snaps behind centre for Saskatchewan, who drop to 2-2 with the loss.
Up next for the Huskies is a big game in Regina, taking on the Rams inside the new Mosaic Stadium.