In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
FOX NFL analyst Charles Davis discussed his call of the Ravens’ win against the 49ers, including how different the game might have been in better weather conditions:
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife, Nikki, discussed another big win, including the value of having to grind out a tough game against a good team:
Former Maryland and NFL pass rusher Shawne Merriman discussed his annual coat drive at the Maryland/Illinois basketball game Dec. 7 and why he’d pick the Ravens over the field to win the Super Bowl:
Ravens running back Gus Edwards discussed the team’s incredible win streak and how their style sets them up well to have to potentially play more bad weather games:
ESPN Radio analyst and former NFL tight end Ben Hartsock discussed his call of Ravens-49ers and whether Baltimore can continue to be this hyper-aggressive in their decision making as they get to the postseason:
Ravens offensive lineman Patrick Mekari discussed his first career NFL start against the 49ers and his competitive day-to-day life with his fellow pro athlete girlfriend (Chicago Red Stars goalie Emily Boyd):
ESPN analyst and former college basketball coach Jimmy Dykes discussed a hot start to the season for Maryland basketball, including why this year’s team might be different from teams in the program’s recent past:
Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce discussed getting back on the field in the win against the 49ers and what “Big Truss” means to him:
Navy senior safety Elan Nash discussed the Mids’ great turnaround season and how badly he needs to beat Army Dec. 14 before his college career ends:
Bills color analyst and former offensive lineman Eric Wood discussed whether Buffalo will be able to replicate the success the 49ers found running the ball on the outside:
ESPN/ESPN Radio’s Sal Paolantonio discussed how Sean McDermott’s experience slowing down Michael Vick in the 2005 NFC championship game could be a blueprint for what the Bills might do against Lamar Jackson:
Hall of Fame quarterback and CBS analyst Dan Fouts discussed what concerns he might have for the Ravens, specifically the Bills getting a few extra days of rest coming into Sunday’s game:
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