Buck Pierce

Buck Pierce

Buck James Pierce (born November 15, 1981 in Hutchinson, Kansas) is a professional Canadian football quarterback for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League. Pierce signed with the Blue Bombers for the 2010 CFL season after he was released by the BC Lions, the team he spent the first five years of his professional career with. He played college football at New Mexico State from 2001–2004, starting at quarterback for most of his senior year.

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BC Lions - Notable Seasons - 2003-2011, The Wally Buono Era - 2006 Grey Cup Champions
... During the off-season 2005s third stringer, Buck Pierce won the back-up role and early season injuries to Dave Dickenson forced him into action ... Pierce's best game as the starter was on October 6 against the Calgary Stampeders, where he threw 25 for 31 for 297 yards, 1 touchdown, and 1 interception ... three quarterbacks in the game Dickenson, Pierce and third-string Jarious Jackson all took snaps ...

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