FORMER BRONCO ANDREW WOODRUFF HELPS MONTREAL ALOUETTES TO GREY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP

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            BOISE, Idaho - Former Boise State University football player Andrew Woodruff added another championship ring to his collection this past Sunday (Nov. 29) when he helped the Montreal Alouettes to the 2009 Grey Cup title in the Canadian Football League. 

            A backup right guard, Woodruff helped the Alouettes defeat the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the championship game by a score of 28-27.  Montreal won the game with no time remaining when its field goal kicker connected on a 33-yard field goal.

            Woodruff was a four-year starter in the offensive line for Boise State helping the team to Western Athletic Conference Championships in 2005, 2006 and 2008.  He was also a member of the Bronco team which defeated Oklahoma, 44-43, in the 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.

            Woodruff was a second round pick by Montreal in the 2008 CFL draft.