Radio Noon Montreal | Nov 23, 2012 | 3:04

Alouettes fans at the 100th Grey Cup

Radio Noon guest host Steve Rukavina tracks down one of the many Montreal Alouettes fans who have gone to Toronto for the 100th Grey Cup.

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