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This should last a long time...
Personally, I am glad he is back. He has more than paid for his mistakes.
Dubay has been given numerous chances. If management at 1500 is listening, I will not support a convicted felon.
Has got to be better than listening to Chad "repeat everything twice" Hartman
I hope he has taken care of himself and can find a full-time job on sports talk somewhere in the TC. I can't seen KFAN hiring him back, especially given their recent firing of Mike Morris, which was purely to save money, unless Dubay were willing to come back at a very low starting salary. AM1500 makes the most sense, but possibly WCCO, though I wouldn't bet on it because the friendly neighbor loves to play the 'holier-than-thou Minnesota-nice' card, and I would be suprised to see them hire a person with Dubay's history. Regardless, I always thought he was by far the best part of PA and Dubay--proven by how utterly unlistenable PA has become.
Anyone know which Vikings player started all of Jeff's troubles for him?
Glad to see that Dubay has gotten another chance. Hopefully he is surrounded by the right people that will help support him both on and off the radio. Maybe eventually we could see Dubay and Superstar Mike Morris together...competing against the folks at KFAN. I agree on the Paul Allen comment....he is knowledgeable and well-connected...but is WAY too over-the-top with his voice.
Bebe- #40? if I had a guess?!?
I wish him well. Will think of him while listening to PA.
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