Monday, October 26, 2020

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Brent Harris and Brad Jackson come to WNST on Mondays!

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It’s Pittsburgh Week and they haven’t lost yet…

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After 12 seasons of hosting the Bud Light Monday Night Live Show, I am passing the torch to my friends Brent Harris and Brad Jackson, who will bring the third year of the Purple & Black Attack to WNST on Monday nights.

The show will be held at High Topps Restaraunt and Bar on York Road in Timonium every Monday night from 6 to 8 p.m. and will be sponsored by Bud Light.

Brent, a Loch Raven guy and Comcast Sports Net staple, and Brad, who will be sporting his Super Bowl 35 ring, get the best Ravens guests in the business and we’re delighted to partner with them for the season. We’ll also feature reruns of their shows a few times later in the week and have featurettes in wnsTV as well.

They might even blog and call in once in a while.

So many changes coming at WNST and many more to be announced next week.

By all means, keep your Monday nights free (as many of you have since the early years at The Barn) and come on out and support the Ravens, WNST and Brent and Brad.

 

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A week off before seeing the Steelers can only help Ravens

After a choppy effort in Philadelphia, our resident money expert Leonard Raskin weighs in the value of some rest and bye week before Pittsburgh comes to town undefeated.

Trading of purple makes Ngakoue latest in long line of Ravens midseason moves

General manager Eric DeCosta has not been shy about making moves that improve his football team after the leaves start to change every fall.

It’s Pittsburgh Week and they haven’t lost yet…

Big Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers took care of business against Tennessee on Sunday. Now, the undefeated men of black and gold invade an almost empty Baltimore stadium for a reunion of the rivalry. Plenty at stake in crowded AFC North race.

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