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THE BALTIMORE RAVENS PRE-GAME SHOW PRESENTED BY FANSPEAK.COM

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Join Host Alan Zlot and Steve Shoup for THE FANSPEAK.COM BALTIMORE RAVENS/ WASHINGTON REDSKINS PRE- GAME SHOW starting at 10:30 this morning.

Today’s show is special as hip-hop artist ROLAND BROWN premiers his new song, “The Return of T-Sizzle” right here, exclusively on our show.

With the Redskins on a bye week, Alan and Steve have some unfinished college football to discuss. With Texas A&M stunning the Crimson Tide in Alabama yesterday, who will be the new BCS No.1? Will it be Oregon, Notre Dame or Kansas State taking the top spot? Alan and Steve give you their BCS projections.

The guys will recap all of the important games from Saturday during the shows first half hour. Then, it’s time to talk Ravens football.

Winners of five of their last six games and owners of a 6-2 mark, the BALTIMORE RAVENS play their only home game in November when they host the Oakland Raiders today at M&T Bank Stadium.

The Ravens won at Cleveland, 25-15, last Sunday, while the Raiders lost, 42-32, at home to Tampa Bay. Oakland is 3-5 and has a 34-31 victory over Pittsburgh (9/23) among its trio of wins.

Alan will have his “Let Me Hear Ya.com” 5 Keys to a Ravens victory, as well as all of the news, notes and audio clips from around the Ravens and Raiders locker room.

With the college season winding down and the bottom of the NFL barrel shaping up, it’s time to look at next April’s NFL Draft, at least the first 10 picks. Our very own draft expert, Steve Shoup, handles those duties today. 

Alan will take you back to a time when Oakland and Baltimore were the only two teams standing in the AFC, not once, but twice. 

All of this plus the DEBUT OF ROLAND BROWN’S NEW SONG

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