Greg Pogue has three-plus decades of extensive communications experience in print, radio, television, advertising, marketing and public relations.

Pogue is currently host of the morning sports talk show in Nashville on 94.9 Game 2  and has spent more than two decades on the air in Nashville sports talk. He is also a sports writer for Fox Sports Tennessee and various other media outlets.

After serving a decade as executive sports editor, he was recently the senior columnist of The Daily News Journal and a former sports writer for the Nashville Banner over two decades. Recent radio duties include being studio anchor on the Nashville Predators radio network, Tennessee Titans pre- and post-games shows, Titans and Predators players shows, etc.

In the 10 years he served as executive sports editor, the DNJ sports section was judged best in the state nine times for its division by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association. Also during this time, the DNJ sports section was named best in the country three times for its division by the National Newspaper Association. Three times, he was named Sports Columnist of the Year by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association. His print experience includes publisher of Big Orange Illustrated, the UT sports fan magazine, and a long-time sports reporter role for the Nashville Banner, where he was the initial beat writer covering the move of the Houston Oilers to Nashville to eventually become the Tennessee Titans. At the Nashville Banner, he was also Prep Editor and Vanderbilt beat writer before moving to the pro sports beat that also included lead coverage of the NHL expansion into Nashville.

Over the years, Pogue has logged more than 1,000 hours of television programming, including being host of his own nightly sports show on WNAB Channel 58 in Nashville. He has also served as a consultant for various businesses in the areas of marketing, advertising, communications and public relations. Pogue has owned and operated various publications and communications businesses over the years in Kentucky and Tennessee.

In December, 2012, Pogue was inducted into the Metro Nashville Coaches Association Hall of Fame for his contribution to advancing high school sports coverage throughout the state. He is also a former member of the board of directors of the Football Writers Association of America.

Pogue and wife Robin have lived in Rutherford County for two-plus decades and have a son, Clay, who attends Smyrna High School; and a daughter, Grace, who attends MTSU.

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Chase McCabe is the Executive Producer of the Greg Pogue and Big Joe Show. What does that mean? Yeah, I’m not sure either. He plays the music, turns Greg’s mic off, books guests, and has fun with the best morning show in town! You’ll always find him on twitter (@ChaseOnGame) during the show.  Hit him up for music suggestions or general comments.

When he’s not on the board for the morning show or picking Greg up from the bar or braiding Joe’s hair you may find him producing Nashville Predators Hockey, producing other programming on the Game or co-hosting the Game Blitz on Friday Nights w/ Big Joe and Sudzo.

He also Co-Hosts “The Cheap Seats” with Ryan Porth on Saturday mornings from 9 to 11 on 102.5 the Game. They talk all things sports from the fan’s point of view.  He grew up a huge sports fan in Nashville and remembers a time before the Preds and Titans when the only ticket in town was for Vanderbilt and the Sounds. Make sure you tune in!

When he’s not at the radio station, you’ll find him at a game. He loves attending Preds games and cheering loud with the people of Smashville. He’s a huge NASCAR fan as well and tries to make it to the track whenever he can. If you see him, make sure you say hi!

He loves interacting with you so send him a tweet to @ChaseOnGame and e-mail to chase@1025theGame.com or find him on his website, chasemccabe.com.

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