38th Vanier Cup

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38th Vanier Cup
Saint Mary's Huskies Saskatchewan Huskies
(6-2) (4-4)
33 21
Head coach: 
Head coach: 
1 2 3 4 Total
Saint Mary's Huskies 14 9 0 10 33
Saskatchewan Huskies 7 14 0 0 21
Date November 23, 2002
Stadium SkyDome
Location Toronto
Ted Morris Memorial Trophy Steve Panella, Saint Mary's
Bruce Coulter Award Joe Bonaventura, Saint Mary's
Attendance 17,179
Broadcasters
Network The Score/The Score HD
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The 38th Vanier Cup was played on November 23, 2002, at the SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario, and decided the CIAU football champion for the 2002 season. The Saint Mary's Huskies won their second consecutive championship by defeating the Saskatchewan Huskies by a score of 33-21.[1][2]

Game summary[edit]

Saint Mary's Huskies (33) - TDs, Dean Jones, Bill Robinson, Dave Stala, Gabe Harvey; FGs Dave Stala; cons., Dave Stala (4); safety touch (1).

Saskatchewan Huskies (21) - TDs, Chad Rempel, Brett Lamden, David Stevens; cons., Brett Czarnota (3).

Scoring summary[edit]

First Quarter
SMU - TD Jones 43 pass from Panella (Stala convert) (6:09)
SMU - TD Robinson 2 run (Stala convert) (9:31)
SSK - TD Rempel 12 pass from Ball (Czarnota convert) (14:10)
Second Quarter
SMU - Team Safety (4:09)
SSK - TD Lamden fumble recovery in endzone (Czarnota convert) (4:48)
SSK - TD Stevens 3 run (Czarnota convert) (13:59)
SMU - TD Stala 31 pass from Panella (Stala Convert) (14:56)
Third Quarter
No Scoring
Fourth Quarter
SMU - FG Stala 27 (5:16)
SMU - TD Harvey 2 run (Stala convert) (12:16)

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