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.
Browns President Alec Scheiner joined Anthony Lima at Browns training camp today during family day at Infocision Stadium in Akron.
Today at Brown’s Training Camp Linebacker Barkevious Mingo joined Anthony Lima after the first practice of training camp. Mingo talked about his weight, the intensity of the defense, and his own improvement from last year.
Zac Jackson from Fox Sports Ohio joined Anthony Lima Saturday to discuss the return of LeBron James. He believes the Cavs were confident LeBron would return to Cleveland.
Anthony Lima and Dustin Fox presented the “Return of the King” rant Saturday on 92.3 The Fan.
Anthony Lima took time out of his busy schedule to help Cleveland apologize to Lebron James. It took two segments, but we as a city were able to get 4 years of misdeeds off of [...]
Dustin Fox called into the Anthony Lima show on Saturday for his take on the latest in Josh Gordon’s rough off season.
New York Post football writer Bart Hubbuch joined Anthony Lima to talk about the Browns handling of Johnny Manziel on Saturday.
Zac Jackson of Fox Sports Ohio joined Lima and Fedor on Saturday morning to discuss the Browns draft and the alleged failed drug test by Josh Gordon.
In the end, the Spartans proved to be the very type of team that critics said the Buckeyes hadn’t beaten in over two years. A well-coached team that wouldn’t back down. A team that jumped out of the gates fired up just enough to roll off 17 straight points. A team that weathered Ohio State’s 24-unanswered points, finishing like a champion with 17 more of their own. A team that could finally take advantage of Ohio State’s miscues and capitalize with a win. This wasn’t Purdue of last year that fell in overtime to the Bucks. This wasn’t even Michigan last week that couldn’t finish off the Buckeyes with a two-point conversion. This team was Michigan State, the 2013 Big Ten Champions. They earned it.
INDIANAPOLIS, In — You may or may not have heard a little something about Ohio State’s schedule in the lead-up to their Big Ten Title game in Indy tonight. If you dwell south of the [...]