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Q&A With Jeff Dubay about his descent into crack cocaine addiction.


The former sports radio host comes clean to reporter Steve Marsh about his descent into crack cocaine addiction.

For years, Jeff Dubay talked Minnesota sports from 9 am to noon on KFAN’s PA and Dubay Show. Paul Allen was the cheesed-out, Hall and Oates–loving smoothie. Dubay was the spazzy studio surrogate for the fan at home. After big victories and big losses, Dubay’s timbre would resonate at such a high pitch you thought he was going to have a nervous breakdown. That changed three years ago, when Dubay was arrested for possession of crack cocaine and fired. Now sober, he still has that magnetic nervous energy that reminds you how much fun it was to listen to him talk about the Twins and the Vikings. But now he’s talking about something else entirely.

Read more: http://mspmag.com/Out-And-About/Articles/People/Jeff-Dubay/

(From mspmag.com, By Steve Marsh, December 19, 2012)

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