Portland’s Own, Joey Harrington To Co-host Afternoon Drive On 750 The Game!
750 The Game (KXTG-AM/FM) announced today Joey Harrington will co-host afternoon drive with Fletcher Johnson on Mondays and Fridays 3p-5p.
Harrington graduated from Central Catholic High School in Portland where he was awarded the Holy Spirit Leadership Award in 1997. He went on to attend the University of Oregon from 1998-2001. As a three-year starting quarterback for University of Oregon, Joey finished his college football career as a Heisman Trophy finalist in 2001, and led the Oregon Ducks to a #2 national ranking. He was the third overall pick in the 2002 NFL Draft, and went on to play professionally.
Joey currently serves as President of the Harrington Family Foundation (HFF) which was established in 2003 and has raised more than $1M for students across Oregon, supporting Oregon-based nonprofits dedicated to providing quality education to in-state youth. The Harrington Family Foundation strives to unlock the potential for leadership and success within every child in a safe and nurturing community.
Alpha Media Executive VP of Programming, Scott Mahalick commented on the announcement, “With Joey’s non-profit experience and support of local youth, 750 The Game now has a group of exceptional team members that are not only sports authorities but are laser focused on community involvement as well.”
“We are thrilled to add Joey’s Ducks and NFL expertise and analysis to our afternoon drive show,” remarked Alpha Media Senior VP/Market Manager, Milt McConnell.
Harrington added, “I’m excited for the opportunity to join the 750 The Game team and Alpha Media. What a perfect way for me to be able to share my passion for all things football and Portland, than over the airwaves on the best station in town.”