Longtime 102.5 The Game radio host Darren McFarland is out at the station after 11 years.
The transfer was initially introduced at the beginning of Tuesday’s noon present by program director Chase McCabe, who had shared internet hosting duties with McFarland and Willy Daunic on the station’s noon present, “Darren, Daunic and Chase.”
McCabe confirmed Wednesday to the Tennessean that it was the station’s resolution to half methods with McFarland.
“We recognize all of Darren contributions over the years and need him solely the most effective in his future endeavors,” McCabe stated.
McFarland did not return messages to The Tennessean.
McFarland has been on Nashville airwaves since 2004 and was with 102.5 The Game for the reason that station’s swap to sports activities radio in 2011. McFarland additionally was the Nashville Predators’ studio host on 102.5 from 2013 by the latest season.
102.5 The Game’s present from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays is renamed “Chase, Willy & D-Mase” with the addition of former Titans huge receiver Derrick Mason.