Keith Britton | 92.3 The Fan

KeithExecutive producer for Bull & Fox on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM)

Keith joined 92.3 The Fan after spending four years at WBNS in Columbus, working alongside media personalities such as Chris Spielman and Kirk Herbstreit. A 2008 graduate of The Ohio State University, Keith is a college football freak while also enjoying time on the couch watching the NFL and MLB.

Within 24 hours of joining the network, his on-air partners, Dustin Fox and Adam “the Bull” demanded that he join the Twitter world, welcoming him into the 21st century once again.

In his spare time, Keith enjoys college football, staying active, listening to music, watching random YouTube videos and… “people watching”

Clark Kellogg Says Cavs Still “Equipped” To Repeat, LeBron’s Career “Unprecedented” Considering Expectations

Clark Kellogg talks about the rubber match between the Cavs and Warriors, the ongoing debate between LeBron and Michael Jordan, why championships are looked at too heavily with some of the best players to ever play, why he’s not counting the Cavs out against the Warriors and just how good Kyrie Irving is starting to become…

92.3 The Fan–05/26/2017

Joe Vardon: If Cavs Beat The Warriors, It Could Go Down As Greatest NBA Finals Wins Ever

Joe Vardon talks about the Cavs’ win to advance to the Finals, the play of the Big 3 in the playoffs and the momentum they have vs. the Warriors

92.3 The Fan–05/26/2017

Lee Jenkins Says LeBron Didn’t Relax With Title, “There’s This Edge, And He’s Going To Keep Hammering At It”

Lee Jenkins talks about LeBron’s level of play this postseason and efficiency with perimeter shooting now as well, why he doesn’t feel that LeBron relaxed after winning another title and what another title against the Warriors would do for LeBron’s legacy

92.3 The Fan–05/25/2017

Jason Lloyd Says LeBron Trusts Kyrie More Than Ever In Crucial Moments, While Kevin Love Looks 1,000% Different

Jason Lloyd talks about need for the Cavs to close out the Celtics in Game 5 to get rest for The Finals, LeBron’s illness in Games 3 and 4, where Kyrie Irving’s 42-point Game 4 performance ranks for him, LeBron’s realization of where he’s at in his career and the ongoing debate that will continue in comparisons with Michael Jordan

92.3 The Fan–05/25/2017

The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor: Kyrie Irving Is Probably The Best Finisher At The Rim, Ever

Kevin O’Connor talks about the need for the Cavs to close the series out with the Celtics on Thursday night, whether it’s possible to trust Kyrie Irving more than LeBron at the end of a game, Tyronn Lue’s comments about the Celtics’ offense being more difficult to prepare for than the Warriors

92.3 The Fan–05/25/2017

Doug Lesmerises Says Osweiler “Handled Himself Fine” In Q&A About His Play Last Season

Doug Lesmerises talks about his Q&A with Brock Osweiler, why he gave Osweiler the chance to respond to his critics, the start of OTA’s and the expectations for improvement with this roster and LeBron’s play in likely leading the Cavs back into The Finals

92.3 The Fan–05/24/2017

Hue Jackson On Kizer: “I Wouldn’t Have Any Reservations Starting Anybody That We Deem Is Ready To Play”

Hue Jackson talks about going into year two with this team, the quarterback competition that will take place in training camp, Jabrill Peppers’ talent level and ability to be used on both sides of the ball, Corey Coleman’s growth going into his second season and his thoughts on the recent NFL rule change with celebrations

92.3 The Fan–05/24/2017

Chris Fedor Says LeBron Can Handle Heavier Workload In Playoffs

Chris Fedor talks about LeBron’s Game 3 performance against Boston and how that will play into the rest of the playoffs, what LeBron’s takeaway would be from the game and whether Ty Lue is playing him too many minutes

92.3 The Fan–05/23/2017

Nick Goody Says “It’s Like A Big Family Here” With The Indians, Haven’t Even Hit Their Stride

Nick Goody talks about his journey with the Indians since learning of his move on his honeymoon, how he’s reached this point and the learning experiences under Terry Francona and Mickey Callaway, the conversations they have in the bullpen during games and the closeness of this team

92.3 The Fan–05/23/2017

Shaq On Barkley: “I’m Gonna Punch Him In His Face One Day; It’s Hard To Listen To A Guy That’s Never Won”

Shaq talks about his acting career, the Cavs’ trip through the playoffs, LeBron’s greatness and readying for the Warriors in the Finals

92.3 The Fan–05/23/2017

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