August 31, 2015


Record: 3–6–0

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Fans take in the final Winnipeg Blue Bombers game of the season at Investors Group Field. (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press)
Ticats' quarterback Henry Burris is taken down by Jovon Johnson in the first quarter. (Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press)
Bombers quarterback Max Hall gets rid of the ball just before he is taken down by Brandon Boudreaux of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the first quarter. (Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press)
Ticats back up quarterback Dan LeFevour passes over the end-zone line among a mass of players. A penalty was called on the Ticats, but they scored on the next play. (Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press)
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers Brandon Stewart (8) attempts to take down Hamilton Tiger-Cats Onrea Jones (89) Saturday afternoon at Investors Group Field. (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press)
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers Mario Fannin (#32) is taken down by Hamilton Tiger-Cats Onrea Jones (89). (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Wallace Miles (84) hauls a pass in as Dee Webb of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats reaches for the ball during the second half. (Fred Greenslade / The Canadian Press)
Ticats wide receiver Onrea Jones scores a touchdown as Demond Washington of the Bombers comes crashing down behind him during the second quarter. (Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press)
Winnipeg football fans watch the game between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats during the second half of CFL action in Winnipeg Saturday, November 2, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Greenslade (CP)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers head coach Tim Burke. (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats' Arthur Hobbs (24) breaks up the pass in the end zone intended for Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Clarence Denmark (89) during the second half. (Fred Greenslade / The Canadian Press)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Max Hall (15) makes a pass against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats during the second half. (Fred Greenslade / The Canadian Press)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Rory Kohlert (87) is tackled by Hamilton Tiger-Cats Ray Shipman (42) and Arthur Hobbs (24) during the second half. (Fred Greenslade / The Canadian Press)
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers look dejected during the final moments of Saturday afternoon's game. (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press)
Jovon Johnson (#2) looks dejected during the final moments of the game. (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press)
Bombers' head coach Tim Burke looks on near the end of another Blue Bombers loss at Investors Group Field. (Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers head coach Tim Burke shakes hands with a member of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats after the 37-7 loss. (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press)
A Winnipeg Blue Bombers fan delivers a message. (Fred Greenslade / The Canadian Press)
A fan dressed in a gorilla suit had a message of his own for the Bombers Saturday. (Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press)
Others made their voices heard by not showing up at all. (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press)
Reduce, reuse, recycle. (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press)
Bubbles are fun. For Bomber fans, this game was not. (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press)
Keith Tarr calms his three-year-old son Jaxon near the end of another Blue Bombers loss at Investors Group Field. (Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers head coach Tim Burke and quarterback Jason Boltus walk off of the field after the game. (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers Carl Fitzgerald (#26) looks dejected as he leaves the field. (David Lipnowski / Winnipeg Free Press)

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