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Brent Dougherty – 3HL – On Twitter @BrentDougherty

Born in Tullahoma and raised in Nashville, Brent knows Middle Tennessee sports inside out. Since starting in the radio business in early 1997, Brent has enjoyed many experiences in just about every aspect of radio, with the latest as host of 3HL on 104-5 The Zone.


Dawn Davenport – 3HL – On Twitter @DawnDavenportTN

 104-5 The Zone welcomes Dawn Davenport to 3HL!  She previously served as the morning show anchor for WKRN-News 2’s Good Morning Nashville. Her work has earned her numerous awards in her time in local television. Dawn was born in Texas, but attended High School in Georgia where she became a loyal fan of the Atlanta Braves.  Her father graduated from Duke University and her mom and dad raised both her and her brother to love Duke Basketball! Dawn graduated with honors from Auburn University in December of 2002,  with a degree in Mass Communication/Radio Television, Film. She played volleyball at Auburn and was a two-time SEC Academic All-American. 


Mickey Ryan – 3HL – On Twitter @MickeyRyan1045

104-5 The Zone welcomes Mickey Ryan back to Nashville. This move returns Mickey Ryan to working with Brent Dougherty who was his co-host on Overtime in 2009 on 104-5 The Zone. Mickey is a musician, loves rock music and has written songs and played hundreds of shows around the city, the region, and in Europe. Mickey was among the final 50 applicants of The Apprentice in 2006. Mickey hosted TV coach’s shows for Gus Malzahn, Brian Harsin and Blake Anderson– and spent a season embedded in coverage with Hugh Freeze, who is now the head football coach at Ole Miss. Mickey most recently served as an associate director of athletics at Arkansas State University.   


Jordan “JT” Tinkle – 3HL – On Twitter @JT1045

Born and raised in Martin Tennessee, JT has a true love for sports. He graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin in 2007, and joined 1045 The Zone in the summer of 2007. He has been a part of 3HL since day 1 and loves talking to callers each day. You can also hear him Sunday mornings on “NASH FM” 103.3 Sunday mornings.


Weekly Contributors on 3HL

3HL is joined by some of the top names in sports and entertainment. Weekly contributors offer insight and expertise on the local and national sports scene.

Jim Wyatt of TitansOnline.com – Tuesday’s at 3:30.
Follow Jim on Twitter @jwyattsports

Chris Low from ESPN.com, Mondays and Fridays.
Follow Chris on Twitter @CLowESPN

Todd Fuhrman – Wednesday’s at 4:30pm
Follow Todd on Twitter @ToddFuhrman

Jayson Swain  – Thursdays at 5:15

Follow Jayson on Twitter: @SwainEvent


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