Host of “A to Z with Mark Zinno” – Weeknights 7 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Zinno joins SportsRadio 92-9 The Game from Baltimore, M.D. where he most recently was host of Last Call on CBS Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan (WJZ-FM) and Sirius/XM before that.
He served as host of Baltimore Baseball Tonight post-game show and Baltimore Ravens Game Day Uncensored pre-game show on the same station.
As a man with many skills, Zinno has been a tenured play-by-play host for eight years with the Loyola University (2004–12) and two seasons with Maryland Baseball (2012–14). He currently serves as the play-by-play voice of the Georgia Swarm Lacrosse team in the National Lacrosse League (NLL).
He also serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Maryland Army National Guard with two deployments to Iraq and was awarded two Bronze Star medals.
Zinno is the host of “A to Z with Mark Zinno,” weekdays from 7-11 and you can follow him on Twitter using the button below.
Each week Zinno will track the play of all 32 starting QBs and rank them accordingly. Here is the first installment for week 1:
Michael Fabiano, NFL Network fantasy football analyst, joined Mark Zinno on Wednesday to get people prepared for their Fantasy Football Drafts. He’s seeing a lot of people this year drafting wide receivers before running backs. Depending on the league, you don’t necessarily want to use that strategy.
Mark opens the show with his monologue about the Georgia Bulldogs and the reaction either way; whether they win or lose. The reaction will be one way or the other to whoever plays quarterback.
Mark was joined in studio by the Under Secretary of the US Army, Patrick Murphy, on Friday. They talked about the tough transition from being a soldier/vet to civilian life. They also talked about how sports has helped the military and how the two are intertwined. And Honorable Patrick Murphy had great things to say about Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan.
Mark Teixeira, current Yankees first baseman and Georgia Tech player, joined Mark Zinno on Friday to talk about his retirement and why he decided to call it a career now. He talks about being drafted while on his dial-up internet connection and how the game has evolved since he first started.
Mark opens the show with his monologue about relationships when it comes to Dan Quinn setting the tone with his players. The tone that is set by the coach must be consistent and completive. Dan Quinn has already begun to set the tone for what he wants this team. Just listen to the phrases he uses that we’ve come to know; ‘fast and physical,’ ‘fired up.’ Will his tone actually stick when it comes to game time?
Mark opens the show with his monologue about the Falcons running back situation when it comes to Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman. Mark believes that Coleman will split the carries with Freeman this year. This isn’t a knock on Freeman; it just helps the team become better.