November 26, 2015


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Record: 5–13–0

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Passes completed by Buck Pierce in three series in the first quarter. Pierce was 0-for-5 and picked off once.


Jameze Massey flashed his return skills in the third quarter, taking a missed field goal 91 yards into Argo territory to set up the Bombers second field goal.


Catches for Jade Etienne against the Argos.


Career catches for Etienne heading into the season.


Number of occasions during the game there was no line at the Rum Hut... before it was shut down in the fourth quarter.


Attendance for the first-ever game at Investors Group Field.


Estimated curse words uttered by fans who relied on Winnipeg Transit to get them to the game on time.


Bomber pivots Buck Pierce, Max Hall, Justin Goltz and Chase Clement's total passing numbers.


Interceptions thrown by Bomber QBs Pierce, Hall and Clement.


The Bombers were led in tackles by linebacker Wendell Brown, with seven and also had a fumble recovery. Nickelback Desia Dunn and linebacker Chad Faulcon also had fumble recoveries.


Head coach Tim Burke said nickelback Jeremy McGee and receiver Kito Poblah were both injured Wednesay and the club will provide more detailed updates this morning. Neither injury is expected to be serious.


Argo pivots Trevor Harris, Zach Collaros, Mitchell Gale and Josh Portis combined for over 344 yards passing and led three touchdown drives, completing 24 of 37 passes for the win.

-- Ed Tait

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 13, 2013 D3

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