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The I-295 Sports Report with Alan Zlotorzynski

  Broadcast in Football

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Join I-295 host Alan Zlotorzynski as he brings you two hours of unedited, Baltimore/Washington sports talk. Tonight, The I-295 Sports Report recaps the Ravens and the Redskins weekend, and tells you why fans of the purple and black should start worrying about their vaunted defense.

The burgundy and gold are not worry free and Alan will tell you why their 33-31 loss to the Bears was not a good sign of things that may come in D.C. After Ravens and Redskins, its NFL News and Notes and a recap this past weekend’s preseason games.

From there it is onto the Orioles and the Nationals as each team continues their trek towards October. The Birds were in Detroit over the weekend looking to take two of three with a win today.  When Nats ace Steven Strasburg gets shutdown is anybody’s guess, but Alan will weigh in with his opinion as well as play the latest clips from around the sports talk show circuit on the issue.

With a Michael Morse grand slam and Bryce Harper two-run homer,  the Nats took the opener on Friday vs. the Mets and after losing 2-0 yesterday, look to win yet another series with a victory today in a delayed weather start.  Alan will have the recap of both games.

After briefly previewing at the ACC last week, Alan provides a deeper look into what you can expect and provides an in depth look of the Costal division, and which team will play for the conference championship. In addition, Alan will update the Terps rough week as QB CJ Brown is done for the season. Of course, the regular fixings will be on the menu tonight, as Alan starts with the top stories in sports, and hands out the “Dumb Ass of the Week” award. 

Showtime is 8:00 P.M. and will run two hours. Program is Rated PG-13 for adult language and content. 

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Baltimore Ravens
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