Nick Wilson | 92.3 The Fan
Sports fan, media member, shaman, husky lothario (in his single days) and “too smart to be screwing around like this.” All of these terms have been used to describe announcer Nick Wilson by friends, family, former teachers and poets.
Nick Wilson is a second generation radio lifer. As a young man, he used to join his father, Big Jim Wilson’s radio show on WRRO in Warren, Ohio to talk sports.
His own radio career began in Akron, Ohio as a part-time production assistant and local business reporter at Rubber City Radio. After nearly two years at RCRG, he moved to a full-time gig as production director in Lansing, Michigan for a year. In September of 2012, Nick came home as the first new hire of 92.3 the fan as an announcer/producer. Moving to 92.3 The Fan allowed Nick to achieve his dream of being part of a sports talk station.
A native Ohioan, Nick has lived all over the state but calls Medina County home. He is a die-hard Indians, Browns, Cavs and Bluejackets fan. He has been married since 2011 and lives with his beautiful wife Vanessa and three young daughters live in Lodi. Outside of Sports, Nick’s interests are his family, video games, great beer, anything to do with Bowling Green including pizza joints (Myles and Pisanellos…life changing), working outdoors and reading historical biographies.
Why should Kirk Cousins come to Cleveland? Nick talks about why Cousins should play for the Browns and why the city of Cleveland would embrace him more than DC ever did.
Bill Reiter of CBS Sports Radio discusses the national perception of Cleveland, the Browns draft prospects, and what makes the Cavs special.
Cleveland.com’s Doug Lesmerises joined Nick Wilson on the Experiment to discuss what he thinks is the best course of action the Browns
For once, Jimmy Haslam should consider tweaking his organization instead of hitting it with a wrecking ball.
Losing breeds contempt or so the saying goes. Your Cleveland Browns are proving that axiom truer with every week.
The one certainty from Thursday night’s preseason opener against New Orleans: The Cam Erving Experiment continues to be an abysmal failure.
Another quarterback bites the dust in the NFL – which could mean another man’s pain is the Browns pleasure.
Cleveland.com and Advance Ohio’s Chris Fedor breaks down the Cavs free agent signings and Koby Altman on the Nick Wilson Experiment.
Nick misses multiple quarterbacks by several picks but finds Day 1 impact players instead.
I was 6 years old and my TV was coming to life to kill me.
I was convinced of it.