(WSCR) The “most dangerous producer in the world” is moving on from 670 The Score.

Longtime producer, host and reporter Jason Goff has accepted a position as evening host at  92.3-FM The Game in Atlanta.

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“I’d like to thank everyone for their kind words,” Goff said Thursday. “The outpouring has been overwhelming. I really didn’t think I impacted this many people and still don’t. 12 years of my 31 on this earth have been spent at this station. It’s hard to leave but I am extremely excited about the new opportunities that await me in Atlanta. I will never have better friends and family than I had while at The Score. I love you all and appreciate the times we’ve had. Thanks for everything. WSCR will always be something I’m proud to have been a small part of. Dan is my dude. Matt is my brother. Terry will forever be my friend. Love you guys.”

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A frequent Score caller known as “Jason in Evanston,” Goff joined The Score in 2000, and his popularity grew when he began producing The Boers and Bernstein Show in 2007.

Jason has been hosting on The Score since 2003 and has also assisted with Chicago Bulls coverage.

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From caller “Jason from Evanston” to evening host of Atlanta’s 92.9 The Game. Google the Yiddish word “Kvelling” to know how I feel,” Dan Bernstein tweeted after Goff announced his departure on The Laurence Holmes Show late Wednesday night.