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BILL KING: 6-9 AM

Bill King has been in the Sports Talk Radio business since 1987 and was a national host on Sirius XM from January of 2005 thru 2014. A confessed college sports junkie, King has covered the BCS Championship and numerous Final Fours for more than 20 years. King says the 1983 Cornhuskers had the best college offense and the 1992 Crimson Tide the best defense. In basketball, he calls the 1983 Cougars the most athletically gifted.  Bill has been with WNSR / Nashville Sports Radio for 10 plus years. 

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JIM ROME: 11-2 PM

Perhaps the most respected voice in the world of sports broadcasting, Jim Rome is one of the leading opinion-makers of his generation. Best known for his aggressive, informed, rapid-fire dialogue, Rome has established himself as the top choice of athletes and fans when it is time to know what is going on beyond the scoreboard. 

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MAGGIE & PERLOFF: 2-4 PM

A former midday show cohost for WFAN 101.9 FM / 660 AM (WFAN-FM/AM) in New York since 2018. Maggie is also an analyst for SNY, appearing on Baseball Night in New York. Prior to WFAN and CBS Sports Radio, she spent eight years at Sports Illustrated. Andrew Perloff joins Maggie after serving as an on-air personality for the television and
radio sports talk program “The Dan Patrick Show” since 2009. Known for his humor and “Against the Grain” sports takes, Perloff helped the show earn four sports Emmy
nominations from 2017 to 2020.

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CHUCK OLIVER: 4-6 PM

A born-and-raised, true Atlanta native, Chuck graduated from Central Gwinnett in 1986, Chuck then attended Auburn University, where he earned his degree in English and began teaching and coaching football. In 1992 Chuck was hired at South Gwinnett as defensive line coach. Chuck was Comcast Sport Southeast’s ACC football expert for 10 seasons, as well as providing color commentary for seven years for the Conference USA “Game of the Week” televised across 11 states each Saturday during football season. He also spent four years as the SEC expert on the post-game show for CBS’ national game of the week, while also providing color analysis on the official radio broadcast for eight Chick-fil-A Peach Bowls. Additionally, Chuck logged 13 years on the selection committee for the bowl game and is also a voting member for the College Football Hall of Fame.

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ZACH GELB: 6-9 PM

Ever since he was 8 years old and took a trip to the WFAN studios in New York, Zach knew he wanted to work in sports talk radio. Gelb grew up on Long Island in New York and attended Temple University in Philadelphia. At Temple, Gelb was the sports director for the
student radio station, WHIP, and a TV anchor for OwlSports Update. While at Temple, he was named the recipient of the Richie Ashburn Scholarship awarded by the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association and was also nominated for a Mid-Atlantic Emmy. For the 2017-2018 NFL season, Gelb hosted the Fanatic Postgame Show on 97.5 The Fanatic in Philadelphia. The show aired after every Eagles game during their Super Bowl-winning season.

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JR SPORTS BRIEFS: 9-1 AM

JR turned a love for sports, music, and the internet into a full time career with his hit video sports blog "JRSportBrief," which has amassed more than 80 million views online. "Sports opinions by a fan, for the fans," JR has been around the world to cover multiple Olympic Games, Super Bowls and Final Fours. He's sat down everyone from Pelé, Usain Bolt, Snoop Dogg, Kevin Hart, the late Kobe Bryant and countless others to deliver interviews and content from a fans' perspective.

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AMY LAWRENCE

Prior to her weekly show, Lawrence headlined three weekend shows on CBS Sports Radio and also served as fill-in host for various other shows across the network. Previously, she spent nine years at ESPN Radio where she was the only regular female host, and she was also the first
female in Oklahoma history to pilot her own sports radio talk show. Lawrence has handled basketball play-by-play and color duties for various radio and television outlets over the past 15
years and served as the voice of University of Hartford women's hoop the last six seasons.