A milestone night for Saskatchewan's quarterback was the lone bright spot in a 27-10 loss to Calgary, a team many consider to be the benchmark of the CFL.
Things did not start off well for the Green and White. The Stamps started off with a field goal on their opening drive, and after the Riders had a two-and-out on their first possession, Calgary pivot Bo Levi Mitchell found Marquay McDaniel behind Saskatchewan's coverage for a 44 yard touchdown. The Stamps would pad their lead with a 19 yard touchdown throw to Lavar Durant, and held a 17-0 lead at the half. Saskatchewan only had 34 net yards in the half and had given up 5 sacks. The second half started on a better note for the Green and White as Cameron Marshall rushed in a 5 yard score, and a Tyler Crapigna field goal made it a one touchdown game. However, the Stamps were too much for the Riders, and a Jerome Messam score late in the game sealed another loss for the Green and White. The only positive for Saskatchewan was Kevin Glenn breaking a significant career milestone. The 18-year veteran eclipsed 50,000 passing yards, becoming only the 6th player in CFL history to make the feat. He said post game that it was great to be recognized for his efforts, but says it was tough to enjoy the milestone after a loss. With the loss, the Riders fall to 1-3 on the year. They'll play Toronto this upcoming Saturday.