750 The Game Portland Adds Irregular Guys For Afternoons

750 102.9 The Game KXTG Portland Brock Huard Mike Salk ESPN 710 KIROAlpha Media Sports “750 The Game” KXTG Portland/102.9 K275CH Gresham OR has added a new afternoon show.

“The Irregular Guys”, hosted by Justin Myers and Noah ‘Chop’ Homsley will air weekdays from 3-7pm. Myers previously co-hosted middays at Bonneville Sports “710 ESPN” KIRO Seattle until exiting in June 2016. Chop, who doubles as KXTG Assistant Program Director, had been hosting in that timeslot with Fletcher Johnson since December 2015.

KXTG added KIRO’s Brock & Salk with Brock Huard and Mike Salk on a two hour delay for the 9am-12pm slot at the beginning of 2017 replacing the syndicated Jim Rome. Fox Sports Radio’s Dan Patrick continues in the 6-9am slot, while ‘The Bald Faced Truth’ with John Canzano remains in the 12-3pm.

Alpha Media, Portland announces “The Irregular Guys” as the new afternoon hosts, Monday-Friday from 3pm-7pm on 750/102.9 The Game (KXTG). The show features Justin and Chop, who will break down a sports fan’s favorite beer, car, movie and more each weekday, and talk about the day’s biggest sports stories.

Justin Myers grew up in Winston, Oregon playing football, basketball and baseball. He began hosting a local sports talk show in 2004. In 2014, Justin moved to 710 ESPN in Seattle hosting a midday sports talk show and hosting the Mariners pre/post game show.

Chop has been a Portland, Oregon radio mainstay since 1997, delivering memorable and compelling content from his rock radio days on the legendary KUFO to his current stop dishing on sports at 750/102.9 The Game. Chop joins Myers as Co-Host of The Irregular Guys delivering the best lifestyle/sports shows in Portland.

Alpha Media, Portland News/Talk/Sports Operations Manager, Bruce Collins commented on the announcement, “It’s much more than just a sports show, it’s pure afternoon entertainment on your drive home.”

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