Regina Rams football players running onto field at Mosaic Stadium carrying a Rams flag.
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Thousands cheer on the Regina Rams at U Prairie Challenge kick-off event

20 September 2022
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Two smiling students posing for a selfie at the Rams tailgate party.
Fans and students made sure to document the official launch of the U Prairie Challenge presented by SaskMilk as they poured into Confederation Park Saturday afternoon for the Alumni & Community tailgate party presented by URAA (University of Regina Alumni Association). Credit: Michael Bell 
Large group of fans at tailgate party.
The tailgate party was a prelude to the Rams’ first big U Prairie Challenge football game against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. The festivities brought out close to 1,000 people, including fans of both schools. Credit: Michael Bell
Canadian rapper Roy Wood$ performing on stage at Rams tailgate party.
During a special performance on the Original 16 Stage, Canadian rapper Roy Wood$ hyped up the crowd ahead of the game. Credit: Michael Bell
Fans arriving at Mosaic Stadium for Rams football game.

As kickoff neared, fans decked out in swag to show their support for their favourite teams began filtering into Mosaic Stadium. Credit: Michael Bell

Rams players running onto Mosaic Field with signs.

The Rams charged the field in a flurry of fireworks and smoke, exciting the more than 7,000 people in the stands. It’s one of the biggest crowds to ever to take in one of their games. Credit: Michael Bell

Saskatchewan country music artist Justin LaBrash playing on stage at the Rams halftime show.
Saskatchewan country music artist Justin LaBrash played the halftime show. Credit: Michael Bell
Three smiling students in the stands at the Rams game.

The fans were all smiles as the Rams led the Huskies for most of the evening. Credit: Michael Bell

Two Rams and Huskies players on field.

After defensive struggle, the Huskies scored a field goal with just two seconds left on the clock to win 11-10. The Rams will be looking for retribution in Saskatoon on October 15 during their second and final U Prairie Challenge game of the season against the Huskies. Credit: Michael Bell

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Banner image credit: Michael Bell

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