Few talk show hosts can tackle a major market at the age twenty-five, but Nashville-born Jared Stillman is one of them. Jared recently served as the co-host/producer for AM drive’s “The Deener Show” alongside Drew Deener on ESPN Radio’s Louisville affiliate 680 AM and 93.9 FM The VILLE for two years beginning in June of 2013. In Louisville, Stillman also hosted ESPN Louisville Football pre and post game shows, and is still currently an Associated Press voter on the AP Women’s Basketball Poll.
Prior to Louisville, Jared hosted two separate shows on award winning WKXL in Concord, NH, including his own sports talk show New Hampshire Sports Night with Jared Stillman. Stillman graduated from the University of Louisville in 2012 where he served many roles in the school’s athletic department, most notably student manager for Cardinals’ women’s basketball team, which reached the NCAA National Championship game in 2009.
Jared Stillman graduated from the University of Louisville in 2012, with a bachelor’s degree in Sport Administration. He is a native of Nashville, TN and resides in West Nashville. Jared is heavily involved in New Hampshire’s Rock on Foundation, a charity co-founded by San Antonio Spurs forward Matt Bonner that supports underprivileged youth interested in art, music and athletic endeavors.
Floyd Reese is a former National Football League (NFL) executive. From 1994 to 2006, he held the position of General Manager of the Tennessee Titans. Reese then served as an analyst on ESPN’s NFL Live, and as a writer on ESPN.com before joining the New England Patriots as a senior football advisor.
As a General Manager, Reese drafted three NFL Rookie of the Year Award winners among his 11 first round draft choices: running back Eddie George in 1996, defensive end Jevon Kearse in 1999, and quarterback Vince Young in 2006. Reese also drafted NFL co-MVP quarterback Steve McNair.
Reese joined ESPN The Game Nashville in April 2015 and continues to add a unique perspective to sports talk in Nashville.