It wasn’t the greatest night for the University of Regina Rams.
The Rams were visiting McMahon Stadium to play the University of Calgary Dinos and got beaten up on, 58-6.
The loss also mathematically eliminates the Rams from playoff contention.
“They got talent all over the place,” said Rams bench boss Steve Bryce. “Athlete for athlete, I think they are the best in the conference, for sure.”
The Rams started quarterback Josh Donnelly in the affair, and he completed 20 of his 33 passes for 243 yards and two picks.
On the other side of the ball, the Dinos’ Adam Sinagra had a great game, going 20/28 with 428 passing yards and two touchdowns.
“He (Sinagra) found some weaknesses in the secondary, for sure,” said Bryce. “He found a hole in one side of the ball that we had a hard time filling with some personnel.”
The Rams return home to the confines of Mosaic Stadium to play the University of Saskatchewan Huskies in their final game of the year, a game Bryce noted does have some significance.
“We’re fighting for the pride of the province.”
(with files from Mitchell Blair)