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Toronto mayor Rob Ford falls down playing quarterback during Grey Cup media event (video)

Nov 25, 2012, 8:32 AM EDT

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Later today, the Canadian Football League will hold the 100th Grey Cup to determine a league champion between the Calgary Stampeders and the Toronto Argonauts.

This year, the Rogers Centre in Toronto will be the host of Canada’s big game and earlier in the week, Toronto mayor Rob Ford appeared at a press event in Nathan Phillips Square which was turned into a football field for a media event.

Ford tried to show off his quarterbacking skills to the cameras following him at the event but clearly from the below clip, he’s no Condredge Holloway:

For those trying to catch the game in the United States, the 100th Grey Cup can be seen at 6pm est/3pm pst on the NBC Sports Network.

Toronto mayor tumbles during Grey Cup festivities [Holdout Sports]

  1. nothanksimdriving123 - Nov 25, 2012 at 3:11 PM

    That would certainly explain the seismometer readings indicating a magnitude 6.7 earthquake centered in Toronto that day. (Oh, and he faces being kicked out of office Monday over conflict of interest allegations; it is also alleged that he recently had riders kicked off two city buses during rush hour so the vehicles could give his youth football team a ride.)