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Saskatchewan Roughriders vs Winnipeg Blue Bombers Direct TV Link. Justin Medoc lost the game with the second goal in overtime, as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers beat their rival Saskatchewan Roughriders in the first game of the regular season at the new Mosaic Stadium.

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Winnipeg opened the first overtime with a Medoc 36-yard field goal. Tristan Okpalaugo fired Kevin Glenn in second place, but Tyler Crapinha hit the goal 30 yards to send the game to the second overtime.

It happens to Nick Demsky, and Rob Bugg first gave the Riders. Glenn took second place again, and Crapigna hit the goal in a 33-yard attempt, which gave Winnipeg the chance to secure victory. The bombers took advantage of the fact that Andrew Harris ran in first place before Medoc secured the 43-40 victory.

Matt Nichols threw for 331 yards and four touchdowns plus an interception, while Glenn recorded 377 passing yards, four touchdowns and two options. Weston Dressler burned his old team by 124 yards and two landings. The game was an exciting way for the Riders to open their new home on Canada Day.

Both teams exchange defensive stops to open the game. Glenn used a series of short passes to push the Riders down, getting the team close enough for Tyler Krapigna to join the 48-yard field ball to grab a 3-0 early.

Riders and bombers continued to fight defensively until Saskatchewan attempted Nichols’ attempt to pass, which was corrected by Jonathan News in the midfield to intercept. From there, Duron Carter pulled a 36-yard pass with double coverage, before Caleb Holley cut an 18-yard touchdown landing in the next game, while the Riders climbed 10-0.

The runners’ defense continued to have a great momentum when the first quarter came to an end, and Eddie Steele fired Nichols. Looking around the court for another great game, Glenn was intercepted by TJ Heath, who returned the ball 33 yards and the last midfielder. Medlock charged a 30-yard field goal to score some points on the bomber board.

Punt covered the bombers deep within their own area, and could not move the chains, giving the Riders an excellent field position to start the next road. The passes to Demsky and Spencer Moore led to the landing of Bakary Grant, when the Knights raised their turn to 17-3.