A 21 point Calgary fourth quarter turned a narrow 30-28 advantage into a 51-28 victory over the University of Saskatchewan Saturday night.
The Huskies battled back to get within two points after a pair of late third-quarter touchdowns. But the Dinos were quick to respond with a rushing touchdown, a punt return TD and a passing score to put the game out of reach.
Mitch Hillis led the Saskatchewan offense with 140 receiving yards and a touchdown, while Colton Klassen rushed for the other two majors. Klassen picked up 88 yards on the ground, along with 49 receiving yards and another 23 on kickoff return for a total of 160 all-purpose yards.
With the loss, the Huskies drop to 2-2 on the season. They host the University of Regina on Friday, Sept. 29.