Grey Cup heroes: 100 years of football

Almost every year the Grey Cup is the most watched sports event on Canadian television.

Sunday's matchup between the Toronto Argonauts and the Calgary Stampeders will mark the 100th Grey Cup.

That makes this a great time to look back on the heroes, and the moments that define this national institution.

Michael Januska, the author of "Grey Cup Century," relives some of the highlights with Daybreak host, Shelly Joyce.
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And be sure to check out the 7 most memorable Grey Cup moments -- including the Mud Bowl in 1950 and the match that took two days to play, because of a blanket of fog.
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