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Episode 5
January 27, 2013 03:30 PM PST

On the latest edition of the show, Dan McHugh and Chris Riordan discuss the Ravens second appearance in the Super Bowl (HarBowl) and wonder if Ray Lewis will get to finish his career hoisting the Lombardy Trophy for a second time. Should Redskins fans be supporting the other local team? The crew also talks about the less than an inspiring start to the Caps season, a surging Wizards team and pay tribute to a DMV coaching legend ... Earl Weaver. The Orioles have extended both Duquette and Showalter's contracts, the Nats make some big moves and DC United also have made some key acquisitions.

Episode 4
January 13, 2013 12:48 PM PST

On the latest edition of the DMV Sportswire, your hosts Dan McHugh and Chris Riordan breakdown the Ravens continuing playoff run and the Redskins departure. The crew discusses the upcoming retirement of the legendary Ray Lewis and ponder on who should be blamed more for the Redskins playoff loss, the older or younger Shannahan. Also on the billing is the return of NHL action ... Let's Go Caps!, the return of John Wall and the Wizards finally winning two in a row, DC United's Brazilian acquisition and the Nats resigning Adam LaRoche. To close out the show, Rafael Palmeiro's last place finish in Hall of Fame voting, incites a discussion on the legacy of the steroids era in baseball. It's the DMV Sportswire, dedicated to covering the sporting landscape of the DC, Maryland and Virginia area.

Episode 3
January 01, 2013 02:43 PM PST

On the latest edition of the DMV Sportswire, your hosts Dan McHugh and Chris Riordan are joined by guesthost and longtime friend Tim Prentice. With football season entering the final stretch, most of the show is dedicated to local pigskin. The crew couldn't be more happy about the Redskins win over the Cowboys to clinch the NFC East title. While most other shows have focused on Romo and what's next for the Cowboys, on this show the Redskins improbable finish to the season is praised. We preview the third consecutive playoff matchup against the Seahawks as well. The Baltimore Ravens rested most of there starters in an essentially meaningless game, so most of the talk centered around the upcoming matchup with Indy. No love is lost between these teams and we talk about how the weather could also play a factor. To close out the show, we continue lamenting the Wizards and ask if they will even have a 2 game winning streak at all this season. We even talk about how the NHL lockout has helped the KHL.

Episode 2
December 29, 2012 10:24 AM PST

On the latest edition of the DMV Sportswire, your hosts Dan McHugh and Chris Riordan talk about the latest sports news coming out of DC, Maryland and Virginia. The topics focus heavily on pigskin, as the Washington Redskins head into a showdown with the rival Dallas Cowboys with nothing short of the NFC East Division crown on the line. The Baltimore Ravens clinched the AFC North last week and once again are looking like the team people expected to see. But are they a threat to win it all? The crew also talks about the Washington Wizards, who may be getting their star John Wall back in the near future. Finally, the Nats are still trying to re-sign Gold Glove and Silver Slugger winner Adam LaRoche. Will it happen? All this and more on the DMV Sportswire!

State of the DMV Sports Union Address
December 23, 2012 12:09 AM PST

On the pilot episode of the DMV Sportswire ... your hosts Dan McHugh and Chris Riordan assess the current state of professional sports in the DC, Maryland and Virgina area. After years of general mediocrity, (okay often worse than mediocrity) things have taken an amazing turn for the better, playoff appearances have become regular ... at least for a year!