published Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

Times Free Press' Jay Greeson, David Paschall hosting radio show

Jay Greeson and David Paschall, who have more than 30 combined years of experience at the Chattanooga Times Free Press, will take to the airwaves Monday when "Press Row" makes its debut on ESPN Radio 105.1 The Zone.

The show will air weekdays from 1 to 3 p.m., following the national "The Herd" with Colin Cowherd and leading into the local "In the Zone" with Jim Gumm and Wells Guthrie.

"We're excited about adding 'Press Row' to our lineup with Jay and David," station owner Jim Brewer said Tuesday. "They both have a great deal of local sports knowledge and will be a terrific addition to the ESPN lineup."

Greeson has been at the Times Free Press since 2002 and has been sports editor since '03. For the last three years, he also has produced the "5-at-10" each weekday morning on timesfreepress.com.

Paschall has covered Southeastern Conference football and other sports for the TFP since 1990. He has been on the Heisman Trophy voting board since 2003 and has helped determine which two teams play for college football's national championship as a Harris Poll voter since '06.

"This is another great way for the Times Free Press to connect with sports fans across the Tennessee Valley," Greeson said. "I know David and I -- and the rest of the TFP sports department who may visit 'Press Row' -- are excited about working with Wells Guthrie and Jim and the rest of the folks at ESPN Radio 105.1 The Zone."

Greeson and Paschall are graduates of Auburn University.

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