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97.7 ESPN The Zone Offers New Lineup August 17th

97.7 ESPN The Zone already your number one source for local sports talk in the Tennessee Valley is excited to announce our new lineup that will kickoff August 17th. 

ESPN's new morning show Keyshawn, Jay & Zubin start the morning each weekday from 5am-6:45am.

That will lead into 97.7 ESPN The Zone's brand show called Zone Center, which will be a fifteen minute score and reaction show from around the world of sports, and will be hosted by Scott Theisen and Drew DeArmond. 

Scott and Drew will then kickoff their popualr morning show Talkin Ball from 7am-9am as they continue to focus on the SEC, Local Sports and everything in between.

Making the big move will be the Thom Abraham Show as the "Big Dog" will move from 9am-11am as he will continue set the table for SEC Talk, NFL, NASCAR and everything from Bassmaster to the NBA. 

#ESPN Greeny will make it's debut from 11am-Noon as longtime ESPN Broadcaster Mike Greenberg makes his return to ESPN Radio airwaves. 

The "King of College Football" Chuck Oliver takes over each weekday from Noon-2pm as he will entertain the listeners with his thoughts around the SEC.

That will lead into the mouth of the South as the Paul Finebaum Show will hit the 97.7 ESPN The Zone Airwaves from 2pm-5pm as the longtime SEC Broadcaster shares his opinions each day. 

Wrapping up the local coverage will be The Drive with Wes Neighbors and Steve Moulton, as they entertain you on your drive home each night with the latest news and notes from the sports world.  

97.7 ESPN The Zone is home to the Crimson Tide Network, UAH Basketball, Madison Academy Football, High School Football Games of the Week and The Huntsville City Classic. 

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