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Video: Large crowd for Dore Alley

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Vanderbilt were greeted by a throng of fans after arriving at the stadium.

Dec. 31, 2011

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A few thousand fans gathered outside the Liberty Bowl Stadium on Tiger Lane for Dore Alley Saturday morning as the Commodores arrived at the stadium for their game against Cincinnati at 2:30 p.m. CT on ABC.

Joining Coach Franklin for Dore Alley was Andrew Kittrell, the 11-year old Vanderbilt fan, who was born without a left leg, but continues to play football. Franklin heard of Kittrell's story early this fall and invited him to walk in Dore Alley for the UConn game. Click here to read more about Kittrell's story here.

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