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The I-295 Sports Report Presented By Fanspeak.com

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Join Host Alan “Z” and his co-host Steve Shoup, of Fanspeak.com, as the guys break down the Ravens, Redskins, Orioles and Nationals. Thanks to last night’s Presidential debate, the Blog Talk web site crashed and only 30 minutes of the show could be heard.

What sports fans missed as the site-crashed and Governor Mitt Romney destroyed President Obama during the debate, was an exciting new announcement. The I-295 Sports Report is announcing a new partnership with Fanspeak.com.

Steve Shoup of Fanspeak.com will join the show at 8:45 to help Alan explain why this is a great move for the sports fans of the Baltimore/Washington area.

In his usual brass manor, Alan will start the show with his take on why the Harrison Twins chose Kentucky over Maryland. You will not want to miss what The Z-Man has to say about this.

Alan and Steve will talk Orioles-Rangers as the guys break down the one game playoff set for tomorrow night in Texas. Steve will tell us what we can expect from the Nationals as the road to the World Series could run through D.C. if the Nats can continue their winning ways.

Before Steve heads out, he and Alan will debate whether or not Miguel Cabrera should win the MVP and who the best fit to manage the Red Sox is. Finally, the guys will deliver their post-season predictions.

Due to a prior engagement, Steve will have to leave during the 9:00 hour but Alan will continue with Ravens news and notes. The purple and black will travel to Kansas City to play the Chiefs on Sunday and Alan has all of the audio clips from the players and coaches during their press obligations this week.

Alan also has the Redskins @ 1 (courteously from ESPN 980 in Washington) and clips of RG3, Alfred Morris and Mike Shannahan. 

Alan will also weigh in one final time on the Matt Birk vs. Brendan Ayanbadejo saga.