One of the most impressive highlights Saturday came north of the border in Canadian university football. In the Manitoba Bisons’ Canada West semifinal matchup against the No. 3 Calgary Dinos, scrambling Manitoba quarterback Des Catellier made an impressive throw on the run, and receiver Trysten Dyce made an even better catch:
— U of Manitoba Bisons (@umbisons) November 3, 2018
Now that’s a great grab. Dyce, a fourth-year receiver listed at 5’10” and 185 pounds, showed impressive speed there to get behind his defender, but the way he hauled that in with one hand was even more remarkable. He only had 197 receiving yards and two touchdowns during the regular season this year, but plays like this certainly showed he can come through when it counts. And his father Bob, a long-time CFL coach currently serving as the Ottawa Redblacks’ special teams coordinator, was also impressed:
This is my son and I’m damn proudof all he has accomplished!!!!!! 3🎲🦁🏈 https://t.co/3PxNZI3Nbq
— Bob Dyce (@BobbyLADyce) November 3, 2018
Unfortunately for the Bisons, they lost this game 37-13, ending their season. But Dyce certainly gave them a highlight to remember.
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