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Kate Scott Joins 95.7 The Game In Lineup Shuffle

“For their new lineup, The Game is moving Dibley to middays with Neal continuing his role as their lead NFL Insider, but will no longer be featured as a full-time host.”

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After Joe Fortenbaugh left the morning show on 95.7 The Game for ESPN two months ago, the Bay Area sports radio station has announced a revamped lineup.  

Previously, Fortenbaugh captained their morning show alongside Lorenzo Neal and Dan Dibley. For their new lineup, The Game is moving Dibley to middays with Neal continuing his role as their lead NFL Insider, but will no longer be featured as a full-time host. Dibley will swap timeslots with Bonta Hill to join current midday co-hosts Matt Steinmetz and Daryle “The Guru” Johnson.

The new morning show set to debut Oct. 12, features Bonta Hill, Joe Shasky and Kate Scott. Shasky gets the morning drive opportunity after a successful run co-hosting The Game’s weeknight show with Ryan Covay. 

For Scott, joining Hill and Shasky on The Game’s new morning show marks a return to sports radio in the Bay Area, having previously spent six years as a full-time on-air contributor to KNBR. Most recently, Scott has worked as a play-by-play voice, anchor, host and reporter for the Pac—12 Network. With KNBR, Scott was a full-time anchor on the popular morning show Murph & Mac. No longer an anchor, now Scott’s a full-time co-host with The Game and a direct competitor to Murph & Mac.

With Shasky moving to morning drive, the final lineup change features John Dickinson joining Ryan Covay weeknights from 7 – 10pm PT. Dickinson and Covay follow Sean Salisbury’s recently launched nightly one-hour show for The Game which airs weekdays from 6 – 7pm. 

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Joy Taylor Says Aaron Rodgers Is More Likeable After Pardon My Take Appearance

“It makes him astronomically more likeable,” Taylor said.

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On Monday, the Pardon My Take podcast dropped their latest episode which featured an interview with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Big Cat, one of the show’s co-hosts, is a Chicago Bears fan and has spent a lot of time not liking Rodgers publicly.

Colin Cowherd saw one of the many clips that the show shared and brought up how much he thought that Rodgers took ribbing from Big Cat and the podcast in stride. That’s when Joy Taylor offered that the interview could help Rodgers in the long run.

“It makes him astronomically more likeable,” Taylor said. “When you can show that you don’t take yourself that seriously, all of the animosity that people have towards you just kind of starts to wither away.”

She added that the disarming quality helps if people don’t perceive Rodgers as thinking he has all the answers.

“When people feel like they are projecting ‘I know more than you’ and ‘I’ve got it all figured out’ energy, people are like: ‘you got to be the smartest guy on the room all time time? You’re not.’

This is so likeable,” Taylor said. “It’s really funny.”

Cowherd agreed and even said he is probably going to go listen to it after the show.

“Aaron is genuinely laughing as they make fun of him and that is an incredibly endearing quality.”

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WNSR Debuts ‘Power Hour’ with Sami Kincaid

Nashville’s WNSR debuted Power Hour with host Sami Kincaid.

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Power Hour with Sami Kincaid

Nashville has a brand new voice to listen to on WNSR and her name is Sami Kincaid. On Saturday, the station debuted Power Hour with host Sami Kincaid.

The debut show featured Associated Press writer Teresa Walker, Vanderbilt women’s basketball guard Jordyn Cambridge and North Georgia assistant softball coach Alea White. The show is focused on women that are operating inside sports.

The show airs Saturdays from 9-10a CT.

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Toucher and Rich: Dennis Eckersley’s Retirement a “Huge Loss”

“When Eckersley got in there (the booth),” Shertenlieb started, “he was great. It made all of them better when Dennis Eckersley was around. It’s going to be a huge loss.”

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On Monday, Dennis Eckersley announced that he was going to retire from the Boston Red Sox television booth at the end of this season. The current NESN analyst is leaving after twenty years on the air with the team.

The news broke during Toucher and Rich on 98.5 the Sports Hub and it gave show co-host Rich Shertenlieb a chance to mention the news and praise the departing personality.

“When Eckersley got in there (the booth),” Shertenlieb started, “he was great. It made all of them better when Dennis Eckersley was around. It’s going to be a huge loss.”

The show spent the rest of the segment talking about what Eckersley offered that made him so unique. That’s when Matt McCarthy, fill-in for Fred Toucher, said that Eckersley was exactly what you wanted in an analyst.

“You want someone that’s going to give you an opinion,” McCarthy said. “Eck gave you an opinion. He’ll be missed.”

McCarthy also pointed out that this is the latest major shakeup that has happened to the television broadcast in recent years.

“There’s no doubt this is a blow,” McCarthy added. “This is a tremendous loss to that Red Sox broadcast to which has taken a lot of hits over the years with the loss of Jerry Remy, the decision to move on from Don Orsillo and now Dennis Eckersley retiring… they are going to have to find an entertainer in there. Matt McCarthy

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