History will have to wait.
After dropping a 35-16 decision to the visiting Saskatoon Valkyries on Sunday afternoon, the Riot quickly shifted focus to this weekend's Western Women's Canadian Football League semifinal tilt against the Winnipeg Nomads Wolfpack.
That playoff game is slated for Sunday, 11 a.m., at Mosaic Stadium.
The Riot (2-2) was hoping to make history on Sunday and hand the defending league-champion Valkyries (4-0) their first loss in franchise history.
But Saskatoon overpowered Regina in the first half and assumed a 28-3 lead going into halftime.
"We were in a dark place in the first half," said Riot head coach Jon Baxter. "Things were happening that we couldn't control and we didn't clean the slate.
"We lost focus, lost intensity and we became pylons. For much of the first half, there were a bunch of pylons standing out there."
But the Riot outscored the Valkyries 13-7 in the second half thanks to a pair of rushing touchdowns from quarterback Aimee Kowalski.
The Riot offence marched the ball down the field with relative ease on each scoring drive and the team was pleased with the improved play.
"We settled down and figured out what we needed to do better," Kowalski said. "We got on the same page and really started to move the ball a lot better, too. We got into a good rhythm."
Saskatoon has been the class of the league for the past two seasons. For the second year in a row, the Valkyries have posted a 4-0 record during the regular season.
They outscored their opponents this year 176-34. In 2011, they overwhelmed their opponents to a tune of 234-14 in four games before they cruised to the WWCFL championship.
Saskatoon will host the Manitoba Fearless on Sunday in the second semifinal contest.
If both Regina and Saskatoon prevail, they'll meet again in the Prairie Conference title game.
According to Kowalski, the Riot players feel they're due for a win over their provincial foes.
"It seems to be a smaller deficit every time we play them," she said.
"I guess it's like a dam where a little bit sneaks through and one day we're just going to break it open. We believe it's going to happen one of these days."
Baxter, though, said his team will need to shift focus to its Winnipeg opponent.
He said there won't be a rematch with Saskatoon unless his team improves its play on Sunday.
"I stressed to them today that once the play is over, it's done and in the past and there's nothing you can do about it," Baxter said.
"That's kind of like how this game is. It's over and we need to focus on next weekend and the Winnipeg Nomads Wolfpack.
"What makes you a winner and a champion is whether you can put those mistakes behind you and move on. We'll see how we respond this week."