Regina Rams quarterback Noah Picton is on the verge of becoming the all-time passer in Canadian university football history.
Picton, who is in his final year of eligibility, goes into Saturday’s game in Winnipeg against Manitoba just 277 yards away.
Of more importance to the Rams is getting a victory in a game that features a pair of 2-2 teams going at it.
Head Coach Steve Bryce likes what his team has done this year despite its .500 record and says he is confident if his team can keep their hands on the football as they have been plagued by turnovers in the first four games.
“We know we have had turnover issues in having fumbles and throwing interceptions and that is an issue that must be fixed.” Bryce said. “We are playing disciplined football as our penalty count is way down from last year so if we can control the turnovers, I think we can put teams away.
620 CKRM will have the game for you starting at 1 o’clock with Mitchell Blair and Addison Richards from Investors Group Field.