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  1. #1

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    Loss of a Bulldog. JT Williamson (Host of the JT Show) on SuperTalk

    has passed away according to a post I just read on Twitter from SuperTalk. Got to know JT through a friend of mine's tailgate and from his announcing MRA games. Was really hoping he'd beaten his cancer.


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    Hey G Dawgwe did lose a good dawg and those 10 years of being his color guy for mra radio were some of the fun times of my life. Cancer is a beast and JT fought to the end but the Lord wanted the big guy home. We will miss him but toast him first tailgate.


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    Terrible news. I listened to his show for many years. He was a good man and a true bulldog, and he will be missed.


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