From fog to muddy turf woes, Toronto hopes to reverse bad-weather curse for 104th Grey Cup
Published Saturday, November 26, 2016 6:00PM EST
This year’s Grey Cup host city, Toronto, has never been known for the energy it brought to the championship -- largely because it was played indoors, under a dome.
This year, for first time in 34 years, the crowd will be sitting in cold stands.
Snow could make the natural grass slippery and dug up, and as TSN's Brian Williams reports, it will be a real 'Canadian' football game.
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