Sacramento’s largest charity football game, the 43rd annual Pig Bowl / Guns and Hoses XV featured a last minute charge by the area fire fighters against area law enforcement, making for an exciting finish to this long-time tradition  in the Sacramento area.

Announcers Doug Kelly (Left) and Walt Gray in the broadcast book for the 2017 Pig Bowl.

The Law Hogs staved off the Fire Dogs 14-11 in this traditional rivalry that raises thousands of dollars by the Pig Bowl Association for area charities.

Tune in for the replays on the following schedule:

Saturday, Feb. 5 at 8 p.m.

Sunday, Feb. 6 at noon 

Monday, Feb. 7 at 4 a.m.

Camera operator Kevin Knight on the sidelines of Pig Bowl 2017.

Hometown TV can be watched on Comcast or Consolidated Communications cable channel 17, AT&T U-Verse channel 14 and is live streamed from at those same times.

Terrence McDonald caught two touchdown passes, leading the law enforcement Hogs to a 14-11 victory over the firefighter Dogs in the annual Guns & Hoses game at Sacramento State.

Camera Operator David Stewart at Pig Bowl 2017.

McDonald’s TD receptions covered 35 and 21 yards as the first-time Hog was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.

Neither team mounted much offense. Fire outgained Law, 179 yards to 158.

Law committed three early turnovers, but Fire could not capitalize. Fire QB Ryan Gardner completed 10 of 18 passes for 104 yards and a touchdown.

The victory was Law’s second straight in the Guns & Hoses series, which now stands at 11 Law wins to four for Fire.

The game was the 43rd edition of the Pig Bowl which began in 1975 and the 15th annual Guns & Hoses after the series was renamed