Anthony Lima | 92.3 The Fan
Sports Anchor 12:00 –6:00 on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan
A Chesterland native, Anthony is coming from YNN TV in Syracuse, NY, where he served as a TV reporter and anchor for two years. He also filled-in frequently as a talk show host on the all-sports radio station TheScore1260. Before that, Anthony worked in Parkersburg, WV as a reporter and anchor at WTAP TV. Anthony has covered many big events, including the NCAA Basketball Tournament, The Big East Basketball Tournament, The Daytona 500, along with every high school sporting event one can imagine.
During his youth, Anthony was a fixture on the local radio scene in Cleveland, calling various shows under the moniker “SportsBoy Tony.” He attended college at The Ohio State University, and went on to obtain his Masters in broadcasting at Syracuse University’s prestigious S.I. Newhouse School of Public communication. He will be living on the East Side with a rescued pet or whatever else he thinks can help him meet members of the opposite sex.
Anthony Lima breaks down the 10 worst Buckeye losses in his recent memory.
Anthony Lima recaps the storylines from Cavs Media Day 2015.
How did Cleveland celebrate the Indians home opener? Anthony Lima explored downtown Cleveland to chat with Tribe fans.
Fox Sports Ohio’s Zac Jackson joined Anthony Lima live from the Final Four on Saturday.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — So this was supposed to be the team that could bring down the undefeated Wildcats. The team with the rugged press. The team with the coach that was 8-2 against Calipari. The […]
CLEVELAND — It’s nice to have options. We all strive for them. Whether professionally or financially, it’s great to have a fall-back plan. Options mean leverage, power and potentially influence. For Kentucky basketball coach […]
Browns defensive lineman John Hughes joined Anthony Lima on Saturday.
Writer, Report & Media critic Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated joined Anthony Lima on Saturday.
By ANTHONY LIMA, 92.3 The Fan
INDIANAPOLIS (92.3 The Fan) – The last time Urban Meyer walked off the field at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indy, it was heartbreak. This year he walks in with heartache, as the undermanned Buckeyes will […]