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Prep Football Talk / Saturday's 8am -9am

 

Airs during High School Football Season

    Broadcasted live from Bongo Java, inside the Omni Nashville Hotel

 250 5th Ave S, Downtown Nashville

 

 

 

 

Greg Pogue has three-plus decades of extensive communications experience in print, radio, television, advertising, marketing and public relations, now serving as president and owner of Pogue Media Inc.

 

Pogue is host of The Greg Pogue & Big Joe Show heard Monday through Friday from 9-a.m. on Nashville Sports Radio WNSR 560 AM, 95.9 FM and WNSR.com. Pogue is also the Voice of Tigers as the play-by-play announcer for Tennessee State University football and basketball and the host of their football and basketball coaches’ shows. He is also host of Nashville Jazz on AcmeRadioLive.com, named Nashville’s “Best Local Jazz Show” by the Nashville Scene.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Craig Ladd   A native of Franklin, Tennessee, Craig is a graduate of Battle Ground Academy and the University of Tennessee. His media career spans over 30 years and includes stops at Athlon Sports Communications, SportsNashville, Titans Exclusive, Big Orange Illustrated and the Nashville City Paper along with extensive sports on-air work and play-by play. Craig has always had a passion for local sports, especially prep athletics. He is the scoreboard host and spotter for Tennessee State’s Football radio broadcasts, Director of Operations for Hillwood High School football and co-host/co-founder of Prep Football Talk. 

 

 

 

 

 

James (Bubba) Spears

 

Graduated Strafford High School 1975, Graduated Belmont 1979

 

1979-1982 Mt. Juliet High School.

Asst. Football Coach, Head Boys & Girls Track Coach, Asst. Basketball  Coach, Asst Sponsor FCA, Head Softball Coach and Coach of Year for Softball in 1982.

 

1982-1983 Castle Heights Military Academy

Asst. Football Coach, Asst. Basketball Coach for High School, Head Jr. High Basketball Coach, Asst. Baseball Coach.

 

1983-1986 Joelton Middle School

Head Football Coach, where we were City Champs.  Head Wrestling Coach.

 

1986-1990 Hunters lane Comprehensive High School

Asst. Football Coach and Freshman Track Coach

 

1990-1991 Antioch High School

Asst. Football Coach and Asst. Baseball Coach

 

1991-1999 Strafford High School

Head Football Coach received Region, Metro & TACA Coach of the Year, and City Champs. Also Head 9th grade girls Basketball Coach. Taught Physical Education.

 

1999-2006 McGavock Comprehensive High School

Asst. Football Coach, Head 9th grade boys Basketball Coach and were City Champs 2001, 02 & 03. 2003 Coach of the Year.  Jr. Varsity Baseball Coach, Girls Volleyball Coach, Athletic Business Manager. Taught Physical Education.

 

2006-2008 Hunters Lane Comprehensive High School

Asst. Football Coach. Head Baseball Coach, & was 2007 District Coach of the Year, and District Champs also District Tournament Champs. Taught Physical Education and Leadership.

 

2008-2010 East Literature High School

Started Football back up as Head Football Coach.  Head Boys Basketball Coach for 9th grade

 

2010-2013 Hillwood High School

Head Football Coach. Head Coach Girls 9th grade. Head Coach Boys 9th grade. Boys City Champs 2013.

 

Retired in 2013.  November 2013 was voted into Metro Coaches Football Hall of Fame. I have been Member of The Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association, National High School Athletics, Coaches Association, National Federation Interscholastic Coaches Association and Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association.

 

 Presently works with WNSR 560AM/95.9FM Radio doing High School Football show on Saturday Mornings 8-9a.m.

 

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