Found June 07, 2012 on Football Nation:
Hosts Steve Bennett and Don Russ interview the biggest names in sports media and pop culture each week on Football Nation's The Sports-Casters podcast. Their guest this week is Paul Kuharsky, writer and blogger of the AFC South for ESPN.com.  The biggest story in the National Football League this week was the arrest of Jaguars WR Justin Blackmon for DUI. Blackmon blew a .24 on his breathalyzer test, three times the legal limit. Steve and Don talk with ESPN's AFC South blogger about Blackmon's arrest and all of the news and notes around the AFC South division.  Kuharsky and the guys chat about a potential quarterback controversy in Houston, the rebuilding of the Colts, and what to expect from Chris Johnson this season.  Kuharsky also says: The Houston Texans have the most talent in the division and should win it despite a harder schedule this year It is far too early to declare Blaine Gabbert a bust  The most interesting story around the AFC South headed into t...
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