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FORMER BRONCO, WOODRUFF, AGREES TO DEAL WITH MONTREAL ALOUETTES OF THE CFL

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BOISE, Idaho Former Boise State offensive lineman Andrew Woodruff has decided to continue his football career in the Canadian Football League by signing a three-year contract, Monday (April 16), to play for the Montreal Alouettes. Woodruff was selected by the Alouettes in the second round, 12th overall, of the 2008 CFL draft.

            Woodruff (6-2, 320) played at Boise State from 2004-2008. He was a three-year starter for the Broncos and had been an integral part of the Bronco offensive attack over the past few seasons. Woodruff was named first-team All-WAC in 2008 after helping lead a Bronco offense that ranked 11th nationally in passing efficiency (157.52), 13th in passing offense (288.54 yards per game), 18th in total offense (440.85 ypg) and 12th in scoring offense (37.62 points per game).

            Woodruff joined the Boise State program in 2004 as a redshirt. In 2006 he entered the Broncos’ first-team rotation, starting 12-of-13 games. In three seasons Woodruff started 36-of-39 games as both an offensive guard and tackle.

            Woodruff is from Victoria, British Columbia, where he attended Victoria High School. He will join former Boise State safety Cam Hall, who signed a contract to play linebacker for Montreal on Feb. 27.