The Frontstretch: Carey And Coffey: Kasey On The Brink: What Is Kahne Really "Sick" Of? by Matt Carey -- Monday October 18, 2010

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They’re back! Matt Carey and Jay Coffey from the Carey and Coffey show join us once again, contributing a weekly audio blog to the Frontstretch for 2010. This time, the boys take a closer look at J.J. Yeley finishing off the night for a “sick” Kasey Kahne once his No. 9 Ford went behind the wall. Was it really an upset stomach that kicked him out of the car, or the classic case of a lame duck driver simply fed up with the way his season is ending on a sour note?

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Shoeman
10/19/2010 11:51 AM
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KANE is way over-rated as a driver. PETTY should be glad he is moving on. He is just another pretty face.