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Sports radio show host arrested on DUI charges

Radio host, Cole Cubelic, was arrested on DUI charges in Huntsville. Radio host, Cole Cubelic, was arrested on DUI charges in Huntsville.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Cole Cubelic, a former Auburn football player and current sports radio host, was arrested Friday morning on DUI charges.

Cubelic was booked in the Madison County Jail shortly after 3 a.m. He was charged with DUI, open container of alcohol and speeding.

Cubelic is the co-host of The Cole Cubelic Show on 97.7 FM The Zone. He also serves as an SEC analyst for CSS and ESPN and had regular appearances on the syndicated football show Tide and Tigers.

Representatives with the radio show said his segment will not air this week.

Huntsville Police said the incident is still under investigation. Officials said his initial appearance will likely be Monday morning.

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