Found October 10, 2012 on The Colts Authority:
Join Colts Authority Radio as Scott Kacsmar and Kyle Rodriguez discuss Week 5 in the NFL: More QB comebacks, including the first REAL 4th quarter comeback for Andrew Luck. Listen to internet radio with Colts Authority Radio on Blog Talk Radio Or follow along on your mobile device with Stitcher: The number to call in is (619) 996-1632 Notes on how to call in with Skype: http://blog.blogtalkradio.com/blogtalkradio/free-skype-calls-easy-dialin-favorite-shows/ You can ask questions here in the open thread, on twitter @CaptainComeback or @ColtsAuth_Kyle. You can email us at: radio@coltsauthority.com. The show will run from 10pm – 10:30pmish ET. Show notes: Introduction NFL Week 4 Review Andrew Luck Closing/Callers
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