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GEORGE PLASTER NAMED ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

Longtime Nashville Media Personality Joins Bruin Program

“George has a long history of making a difference to Nashville.  In his new position at Belmont University he will specifically help Belmont University and be able to continue his love of sports and Nashville. We and his fans will miss him on the air daily, but we know he’ll still be very visible.  Belmont and George are a great fit.”

Bayard (Bud) Walters, President
Cromwell Group, Inc and 102.5TheGAME / 94.9GAME2

 NASHVILLE, Tenn. – –  Belmont University Director of Athletics Scott Corley announced Wednesday the hire of George Plaster to the position of associate athletic director for marketing.

Plaster, a Nashville radio mainstay for nearly three decades, brings a wealth of experience and business relationships to Belmont.

“George is a fixture in the Nashville sports market and will be a great addition to our Belmont team,” Corley said. “I know George to be a person of great integrity and character, and he will infuse our department with creativity and charisma. I look forward to working with him during this exciting time for Belmont University Athletics.”

For the past four years, Plaster has served as the host of the afternoon drive sports talk radio program Sports Night on 102.5 The Game and 94.9 Game 2.

“This is obviously a huge decision for me and one that was not taken lightly,” Plaster said. “You don’t just walk away from something so meaningful and gratifying – for me radio – unless it’s the perfect situation. And for me, this opportunity at Belmont is it. I have the utmost respect for Scott (Corley), and cannot wait to join his team. On a personal level, I would like to thank Bud Walters and the entire team at Cromwell Radio and 102.5 The Game for their dedication over the years, and support of this career decision.”

Plaster also captained highly-rated sports talk programming on 104.5 The Zone and 99.7 WTN.

The Nashville native boasts extensive play-by-play experience, serving as the lead voice of Vanderbilt University, the University of Memphis, Georgia Tech University and Western Kentucky University athletic broadcasts.

In addition, Plaster has parlayed radio success into television, most recently as host of a weekly sports program on Nashville Fox affiliate, WZTV-TV.

A regular emcee of choice for middle Tennessee area events, Plaster has been a leading advocate of sporting interests and business development in the Nashville community, notably the Music City Sports Festival, Nashville Predators and Coaches vs. Cancer initiatives.

Plaster has been named to the coveted ‘Talkers 250’ list by Talkers Magazine three times, spotlighting the most influential talk radio hosts in America.

A product of nearby Battle Ground Academy, Plaster is a 1981 Vanderbilt University graduate.