Blue Bomber Report Record: 3–0–0

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Hamilton QB Henry Burris had a dominating first half, going 16-22 for 188 yards in passing while also rushing for 91 yards and a touchdown on 9 carries.

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The Ticats had 313 yards in total offence in just the first half Wednesday -- and they did it against a Bombers defence that had almost all the projected starters on the field for most of the first two quarters.

Key Play

In what the Bombers hope is a harbinger of things to come, Winnipeg wide receiver Kito Poblah got wide open behind broken coverage 5 minutes into the second quarter for a 57-yard catch-and run from QB Buck Pierce to the Hamilton 1-yard line, setting up Winnipeg's first touchdown.

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