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So, Greg Williams, You Say? Hunh. That Name Sounds Vaguely Familiar.

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I know Richie mentioned it yesterday, but the official media release just arrived in our in-box, and no better time than now to share it: "Greg Williams to Join 103.3 ESPN." He starts September 8 and will hold down the 7-10 p.m. slot with something called an "RJ Choppy," but will actually make his bow a week from tomorrow, when the former Hardliner joins Randy Galloway for some country-fried chit and chat during his hoedown. Because, notes the release, Greggo "began his radio career in Dallas at WBAP as Galloway's producer." Says the Hammer: "I am thrilled to join the ESPN family, and I can't wait to get back on the air in Dallas/Ft. Worth." --Robert Wilonsky

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