Nathan has now been at the FAN for 3 years and is a jack-of-all-trades. As an on-air host, show producer, board-op, field reporter and fan flash anchor, Nate can be heard at the most random times on the station.
He can regularly be heard as a co-host of the Nate and MRod Show from 2-6 on Saturdays, where Fan Fans can hear segments like “Wash Tweets,” “Married, Single, Taken,” and “Nate’s Wood.”
He also serves as the whipping boy producer to Jeff and Mike, Sunday afternoons 2-6 on the FANJAM…
Nate graduated from Mansfield High School (the original) and made his way to Texas Tech for his degree in broadcast journalism. While in Lubbock, he was the Sports Editor for the La Ventana Yearbook, a contributor to the Daily Toreador Newspaper and interned at KKAM, Lubbock’s ESPN affiliate.
Since returning to the metroplex, Nathan has spent time doing play-by-play for Mansfield and Dallas ISD high school football games and the Grand Prairie Air Hogs independent league baseball team.
Nate’s first car was a 1995 Ford Ranger, his golf handicap is a +15 and his favorite cereal is Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
Whenever he’s not sleeping on the Mega couch at the station, Nathan hangs out with his wife Lindsey and son Eli.
105.3 The FAN turns five on Sunday, so here are the top 25 local sports moments, storylines and highlights since the inception of The FAN.
In today’s player profile, 105.3 The Fan catches up with rookie WR Terrance Williams, who discusses his experiences from his rookie season.
We’re now unofficially half way through the college football season and the bar has been raised for those wishing to hoist the coveted Heisman trophy.
Kevin Nealon joined the Nate and MRod Show to discuss his nine-year run on SNL, his well known stint on “WEEDS” and his upcoming live show with Dana Carvey and Dennis Miller at the Allen Events Center on October 18th.
The Fan got a chance to chat with Cowboys Safety J.J. Wilcox about his quick rise to being a starting safety in the NFL, not feeling like a rookie anymore, his transition from college wide receiver to safety in the league,
As conference play wears on and games becomes more important, the candidates will need even BETTER numbers and more electric performances.
The Fan caught up with Cowboys cornerback B.W. Webb to find out a little more about him, especially after coming from a highly educational, but not football prominent football school.
With the remaining cream puffs in the rear view mirror, the top Heisman candidates will now begin conference play and the list will continue to shrink.
In this weeks player profile we caught up with Cowboys wide receiver Dwayne Harris to talk about his role as a key special teams player.
Only 10 names can make this exclusive Heisman Watch List, and spots in the rankings are just as secure as defensive coordinator jobs at the University of Texas.
Winners need four things: 1. A top level team…you can’t win if your team goes 3-8. 2. A signature game or games (see Johnny Football against Bama in 2012). 3. Highlight worthy plays (see Reggie Bush circa 2005). 4. Borderline ridiculous stats
With the recent bad contracts, failure in big games, complete organizational overhauls and questionable free agency tactics, the Cowboys, Rangers, Stars and Mavs are all searching for redemption.