The uOttawa Gee-Gees forced a double overtime at the 49th Panda game on Saturday, but the Carleton Ravens took the day 33-30.
It was an emotional day at TD Place as the game started off with a tribute to Lo
c Kayembe, a Gee-Gees player who died in his sleep just days earlier, on Sept. 24.
The Gee-Gees and the Ravens faced off in front of a record crowd of 24,420 spectators, said a news release from TD Place. Last year the Panda game drew 23,329 and the only larger crowd dates back to 1950.
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The uOttawa Gee-Gees take the field for the 49th Panda game.[/caption]
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Ravens wide reciever Keaton Bruggeling dodges Gee-Gees players.[/caption]
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Ravens running back Nathan Carver with the ball.[/caption]