Edmonton Eskimos 22 @ Saskatchewan Roughriders 23

Game Details

  • Week 2
  • 7th Game of Regular Season (16th Overall)
  • Thursday, July 15, 1993 9:30 PM EDT ( )
  • (Local)
  • at Taylor Field in Regina, SK
    • Surface: Sand Filled Artificial Turf (OmniTurf-like)
    • Attendance: 17,566
    • Capacity: 27,637

Game Notes

Game Summary

The Saskatchewan Roughriders sent 17,566 opening night fans home happy on “Roger Aldag Night” last Thursday in Regina, as they defeated the Edmonton Eskimos by a score of 23-22. The hometown ’Riders, on the heels of 17 second half points edged the visiting Edmonton Eskimos 23-22. The only points of the first quarter came off the foot of Saskatchwan’s Dave Ridgway as he booted a 43-yard FG to give them the early 3-0 lead. Ridgway picked up where he left off in the second quarter by kicking a 25-yard FG just 10 seconds into the 2nd frame. Edmonton’s Blake Marshall pulled the Eskimos even as he plunged in from 1-yard out. Sean Fleming added the extra point to give Edmonton a 7-6 half-time lead. Willie Pless, the 1992 Most Outstanding Defensive Player, got the Eskimos on the board early as he recovered a loose ball in the Saskatchewan end zone for the TD. The Fleming convert made the score 14-6 in favour of the Eskimos. Jeff Fairholm, who was the Roughriders’ leading pass catcher on the evening with 3 catches for 109 yards, hauled in his only major of the game, a 64-yard pass from Austin. Ridgway added the convert to pull the ’Riders to within 1 after 3 periods. The Roughriders took the lead just 0:26 into the 4th quarter as Byron Williams was on the receiving end of Austin’s 2nd TD pass of the game, this one a 25-yarder. Ridgway’s convert attempt was good to give Saskatchewan a 20-14 advantage. Rickey Foggie who was in in relief of starter Damon Allen, tied the game with a 14-yard TD run and Fleming gave them the lead with the extra point at 3:07 of the fourth quarter. Ridgway connected on a 50-yard FG to give Saskatchewan a 23-21 lead with just 2:31 remaining to play. Fleming had an opportunity to win the game for the Eskimos but his 52-yard FG attempt was short. The ’Riders conceded the single point to make the final score Saskatchewan 23, Edmonton 22.

Source: Game Review, 1993 CFL Weekly Statistical Package

Saskatchewan and Edmonton Matchups

1992 and 1993 Matchups
1992Week BSSK 26 @ EDM 15
Week 2SSK 31 @ EDM 34 OT
Week 11EDM 18 @ SSK 22
Week 17SSK 30 @ EDM 24
P1SSK 20 @ EDM 22
1993Week 2EDM 22 @ SSK 23
Week 3SSK 3 @ EDM 35
P1SSK 13 @ EDM 51

Roughriders record vs Eskimos
(Regular Season)

Last decade 1984 to 1993
  • at Saskatchewan 7–6–0
  • at Edmonton 3–11–0
  • Saskatchewan Total 10–17–0
All-time (through 1993)
  • at Saskatchewan 39–35–0
  • at Edmonton 27–46–2
  • Saskatchewan Total 66–81–2

Streaks as of July 15, 1993
(Regular Season)

Roughriders streak at home vs Eskimos
Roughriders streak overall vs Eskimos

Boxscore

Linescore
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Eskimos 0 7 7 8 22
Roughriders 3 3 7 10 23

Eskimos coach: Ron Lancaster (L)
Roughriders coach: Don Matthews (W)

Eskimos (1-1-0) Next vs Roughriders Jul 22
Roughriders (1-1-0) Next @ Eskimos Jul 22

Game Time Weather in Regina, SK

July 15th Hourly Weather Summary for Regina
Site Local Time Condition Temp. Wind Humidity Pressure
Regina Int'l A 7:00 PM Mostly Cloudy 20.9°C NNE (240°) at 15 km/h 56% 94.53 kPa
Regina Int'l A 8:00 PM Mainly Clear 19.2°C NNE (230°) at 6 km/h 65% 94.53 kPa
Regina Int'l A 9:00 PM Mainly Clear 17.8°C NNE (200°) at 4 km/h 70% 94.56 kPa
Regina Int'l A 10:00 PM Mostly Cloudy 16.0°C NNE (150°) at 9 km/h 78% 94.62 kPa
Regina Int'l A 11:00 PM Mostly Cloudy 15.5°C NNE (160°) at 9 km/h 86% 94.62 kPa

Conditions at Regina Int'l A (4.23 km away). Weather courtesy of Environment Canada Data.

Sources

  • CFL (Game score/boxscore)

Contributors

  • Steve Daniel/CFL

Notices

  • Data is verified (Data Complete)