Ken Carman | 92.3 The Fan
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– Ken Carman, a Perry High School and University of Akron graduate, started his love for sports radio while delivering papers around Canton at 11. His first job in the broadcasting world was hosting Friday Night Football, eventually working his way up to hosting his own show in Akron. Carman is a veteran play by play commentator, broadcasting area college sports and Akron Aeros Baseball on radio and television. He has also spent time as a sports reporter covering the Cavs, Browns, Indians, Buckeyes, the MAC, NASCAR and the PGA.
Carman signed his agreement to host nights at 92.3 The Fan at the steps of the church right before he married his wife two weeks before the station debuted in 2011. The Canton native won the best sports talker for his evening show according to in Cleveland Scene in 2015 before moving up in the broadcasting world to the morning drive co-host position at The Fan. You can also hear Ken on the PNC Bank Cleveland Browns Radio Network hosting their Preview Show and Coach’s Show which air on The Fan during the football season.
Ken is active on social media @KenCarman, but if you need to get a hold of him for his in-depth thoughts on anything else, e-mail him at Carman@923thefan.com
On the day of the NFL Draft, 92.3 The Fan morning show host Ken Carman shares his thoughts on the Cleveland Browns’ draft strategy and what they should do with the first overall pick.
The Browns did do good business, but I’ve grown sincerely annoyed with the same old narratives with them.
Ken tried to like it. Ken tried to be hyped up about the pageantry of it. The pomp and circumstance marches of the festivities it presents.
This is no complaint piece from Ken Carman, because LeBron, for everything that he’s complaining about, is doing it by design.
2016 was a year where Cleveland was put on center stage, both in sports, and in life. At the end of this year, it seems as if while everyone else’s world is “falling apart” ours is stronger than ever.
2016 has been a year of reflection for Browns fans. It’s been so long since the Browns have been good that Murphy’s Law has become the law of the land.
The first thing I dream of when the Browns are finally competitive: A packed house watching the Browns beat their rival in a pivotal matchup
But as we learned watching our team win a championship, what worked in the past might not work in the future.
Kipnis, Lindor, Santana, Naquin, and Napoli aren’t the Gods we remember from our childhood, but they are a good team that has been built to try to win now and for the near future.
You can hear the arguments. It’s late November, early December. Those calls are coming. “GET RID OF HIM! … GET RID OF THEM ALL!