What I do for 610: Morning Drive Host. I host “In the Loop with Nick and Lopez” along with John Lopez, Brien Straw and Chris Jones.
Birthday: October 3
Facebook: I have two Facebooks because Facebook foolishly limits you to 5,000 “friends” so if you want to add me as a friend, please do it on this one http://www.facebook.com/whatswright2
Hometown: Kansas City
College: Syracuse University
How long at SportsRadio 610: few days
How long in radio business: Since 2007
Coolest person at SR610: Barry Warner
What you love about Houston: The diversity, the passion for football, the fact that there’s an NBA team here, and that I’m within an hour of great deep sea fishing.
Favorite four-letter word: F–k
Favorite people/players/etc to interview: Kim English, former University of Missouri basketball player. Frank Martin, head coach of South Carolina’s basketball team. Brandon Carr, cornerback Dallas Cowboys. Todd Haley, offensive coordinator Pittsburgh Steelers. Eric Winston, right tackle, formerly with the Texans, now with the Chiefs.
Experience: I’ll get back to you.
Teams followed: I follow all the teams, but my favorites (which is what I think this question really is looking for) are the Kansas City Chiefs, Syracuse University basketball, New York Knicks, Syracuse University football and Kansas City Royals.
Signature line: Be Safe, Be Easy.
Favorite sports experiences: Live in person at Knicks-Bulls final regular season game at MSG the year the Bulls won their 3rd championship. Sitting courtside for the Seattle SuperSonics final game in Seattle. Being at Arrowhead for Monday Night Football in 2010 when the Chiefs beat the Chargers in week 1. Watching Syracuse (not in person) win the National Championship in 2003. Carmelo Anthony being traded to the Knicks.
Sports played: Basketball and track in high school. Rivals Top 150 ranked flag football receiver/safety.
Family: Fiance, Danielle. Son, Damonza 13. Daughter, Diorra, 7.
Was Jovan Belcher a coward? Nick Wright explores that question.
While RGIII should be a near unanimous ROY, you can make the case that Luck deserves some MVP votes, but he won’t get any.
Match these rookie quarterbacks – Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Brandon Weeden, Ryan Tannehill, Russell Wilson – with the appropriate statistics.
Big plays helped bail the Texans out of their points deficit to the Jaguars/
SportsRadio 610′s Nick Wright compiles this list of some of the best standout NFL Tweets from Sunday.
It’s like the Giants actually don’t want homefield advantage… Just perfectly happy getting the 4 seed and setting themselves up to go into Atlanta and beat the Falcons in round 2…
Reaching out to the Twitterverse…
Play after play, Texans defensive end helped the Texans defense look great.
He’s not a Houston guy, but he does show the Texans some favor.
RG3 tops his list.