A To Z With Mark Zinno
Weeknights 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
We’ve changed the way Atlanta listens to sports talk radio. Having a good time is always a priority, but we’ll talk seriously about all things sports both nationally and locally! A To Z welcomes brand new host, Mark Zinno.
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 University of Maryland (2004–12) and two seasons with Maryland Baseball (2012–14). He also serves as a Major in the Maryland Army National Guard with three separate years of deployment in Iraq and was awarded two Bronze Star medals.
Voice of the Atlanta Falcons, Wes Durham, joins Mark Zinno to talk about the Falcons waiving LB Prince Shembo today following felony animal cruelty charges. Listen here:
Tony Thomas, reporter for WSB TV who broke the Prince Shembo animal cruelty charges, joined Mark Zinno to talk about the investigation and what lies in the future for Shembo. Listen here:
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