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3rd and Long PodcastBehind the scenes at 100th Grey Cup

Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 | 09:19 PM

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Toronto Argonauts defensive tackle Adriano Belli, centre, hoists the Grey Cup for fans as he and his teammates take part in a celebration for their Grey Cup victory in downtown Toronto on Tuesday. (Nathan Denette/Canadian Press) Toronto Argonauts defensive tackle Adriano Belli, centre, hoists the Grey Cup for fans as he and his teammates take part in a celebration for their Grey Cup victory in downtown Toronto on Tuesday. (Nathan Denette/Canadian Press)

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Listen in as 3rd And Long hosts Andy McNamara and Carlan Gay recap the 100th Grey Cup game, and get a visit from CFL legend Damon Allen to help them break down the contest.
Listen in on 3rd and Long as hosts Andy and Carlan take you through their behind-the-scenes Grey Cup experience at Rogers Centre as well as discuss the big game itself. 

Former CFL cheerleader, Shannon Kelly, also jumps in on the conversation to share her 100th Grey Cup stories.
 
CFL Hall of Fame quarterback Damon Allen drops by to give his thoughts on all of the Grey Cup festivities. The former Argos pivot also tells the guys why Toronto took down Calgary, his thoughts on the 2012 season, and who is the best active quarterback in the CFL today.

A special thanks to all our fans who supported us all year. Season two of 3rd and Long is in the books, we look forward to 2013! 

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