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Fischer had tested positive for drostanolone — an anabolic steroid similar to testosterone — that is banned under the CADP.
Some teams won big while others turned around rough starts to 2019, but all had performances of note.
The herd failed to topple the University of Calgary Dinos Saturday in the opening round of the Hardy Cup playoffs, losing 47-46.
Following a dominant 43-29 win over the conference-leading University of Calgary Dinos on Oct. 19, the Bisons were crushed 47-14 in Regina against the University of Regina Rams.
With a playoff matchup looming, the U of M Bisons football team defended its home turf for the final time in the 2019 season with a huge 43-29 win over the University of Calgary Dinos.
After opening the season with a 43-19 stomping of the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on Aug. 30, the U of M Bisons football team got a taste of its own medicine Friday in a 49-21 loss at Griffiths Stadium.
Manitoba had the lead at halftime and Regina clawed back to take the lead late, but Matt Riley played the hero in a 27-26 win.