Logan takes blame for bombs

JIM BENDER -- Sun Media

, Last Updated: 10:38 AM ET

Bomber safety Ian Logan blamed himself for some of the long bombs that Saskatchewan quarterback Michael Bishop completed in the fourth quarter.

"Bishop does like to throw the ball deep," he said. "He took a shot and I was out of position on a couple of plays, which cost us some points, and I take full responsibility for that."

Cornerback Willie Amos was draped all over rookie receiver Gerran Walker when he made an amazing 45-yard grab to set up the game-winning field goal.

"(Bishop) made a spectacular throw, (Walker) made a spectacular catch," Amos said. "They just made a good play."

But allowing those long bombs to be completed with the game on the line is inexcusable.

"I believe we were in three-deep coverage and they got receivers behind us, and that just can't happen," Bombers head coach Doug Berry said.


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