With so many interviews and sports conversations during the course of the year, it’s always hard to pick the highlights. But here are a few 2019 Glenn Clark Radio interviews that stand out.

Former Orioles Play-By-Play Voice Joe Angel

Legendary former Orioles play-by-play voice Joe Angel discussed his decision to retire from baseball after a career that included 19 seasons in Baltimore: 

Ravens Edge Rusher Matthew Judon

The day after Terrell Suggs signed in Arizona and Za’Darius Smith signed in Green Bay, Ravens edge rusher Matthew Judon emotionally discussed the responsibility he was taking on moving forward: 

Hawks Guard/Former Terp Kevin Huerter

Atlanta Hawks guard Kevin Huerter (Maryland) discussed the excellent start to his NBA career, why he believes in Mark Turgeon and the special moment he shared with the legendary Dwyane Wade as the legendary Heat star exchanged jerseys with him after a game: 

Legendary Camden Yards Vendor Clarence “Fancy Clancy” Haskett

Longtime local beer vendor “Fancy Clancy” (aka Clarence Haskett) discussed his 45 years in the stadium industry and having the new “Fancy Clancy Pilsner” named after him at Sliders Bar & Grille: 

Packers Edge Rusher/Former Raven Za’Darius Smith And His Mother, Sharon
After signing a four-year, $66 million free agent deal with the Packers, former Raven Za’Darius Smith discussed how the deal would change his life. He was actually in the process of buying his mother a new house and allowed her to discuss it as well: 

Boston Marathon Winner Daniel Romanchuk

Mt. Airy, Md., native Daniel Romanchuk discussed winning his first-ever Boston Marathon (wheelchair division) at only the age of 20: 

Ravens Edge Rusher Jaylon Ferguson

Just days after being drafted, third-round selection Jaylon Ferguson discussed why teams hadn’t been able to get a hold of him during the draft. He was busy cleaning up his hometown (Ruston, La.) in the aftermath of a tornado: 

Former Ravens Defensive Tackle Haloti Ngata

Former Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata discussed retiring from the NFL after 13 seasons, the unique way he did so (atop Mount Kilimanjaro) and his favorite memories from his career: 

Former Ravens Head Coach Brian Billick

Former Ravens head coach Brian Billick discussed the surprise announcement from owner Steve Bisciotti that he would be inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor: 

Glenn Eats Bull Testicles And Sings “Achy Breaky Heart” 

Because he lost the show’s football picks competition in 2018, Glenn had to pay a price. He ate bull testicles and sang the Billy Ray Cyrus classic “Achy Breaky Heart”:

Former Loyola Attackman Pat Spencer

Tewaaraton Award winner Pat Spencer (Boys’ Latin) discussed his incredible lacrosse career at Loyola and choosing to transition to basketball (he would ultimately transfer to Northwestern): 

Orioles First-Round Pick Adley Rutschman

After being selected by the Orioles with the first pick in the MLB Draft, catching prospect Adley Rutschman discussed handling the pressure of being the new “face of the franchise” and how he got his competitive spirit from his mother: 

Duquesne Defensive Lineman Kam Carter

Maryland native Kam Carter discussed his football career after being a part of the first season of Netflix’s “Last Chance U” when he was at East Mississippi Community College. He also talked about being a lifelong Ravens fan and his hopes of making it in the NFL: 

Maryland Play-By-Play Voice Johnny Holliday, Former Maryland Coaches Ralph Friedgen And Gary Williams, Basketball Hall Of Famer Rick Barry

Maryland play-by-play legend Johnny Holliday spent a special day in studio to celebrate his 40 years at the school. Guests included his best friend and former roommate, Rick Barry, as well as former Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams and former football coach Ralph Friedgen: 

Hall Of Fame Ravens Linebacker Ray Lewis

Football icon Ray Lewis discussed Ed Reed’s induction to the Hall of Fame, why he was such a believer in Lamar Jackson (even before the season began) and Donald Trump’s negative comments about the state of Baltimore: 

Former Towson And NFL Offensive Tackle Jermon Bushrod

Former Pro Bowl offensive tackle Jermon Bushrod (Towson) discussed his decision to retire from the NFL after 12 years, including a trying last year that saw his family tragically lose their daughter: 

Navy Quarterback Malcolm Perry

Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry discussed getting the opportunity to prove himself again under center after being moved to slot back as the team struggled in 2018: 

Former Ravens And Maryland Wide Receiver Torrey Smith

Former Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith (Maryland) discussed his decision to retire from the NFL at only the age of 30 after being released by the Panthers: 

Baltimore City Lead Negotiator Bill Cole

Former Baltimore Development Corporation president Bill Cole discussed the surprising agreement between the city, state and Stronach Group that would keep the Preakness at a revitalized Pimlico Race Course long term: 

Ravens Safety Chuck Clark

Ravens safety Chuck Clark discussed taking on a more significant role after Tony Jefferson’s injury, getting the green dot on his helmet and being responsible for communication on the field and how the change in his career coincided with becoming a new father: 

Ravens Defensive Tackle Michael Pierce

Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce discussed the team’s outstanding season and the “FSU” nickname the defensive line had adopted, a nickname that didn’t stand for “Florida State University” and isn’t radio friendly: 

Orioles First Baseman/Outfielder Trey Mancini

Orioles first baseman/outfielder Trey Mancini discussed his continued friendship with super-fan Mo Gaba, taking on the role as the “face of the team” and why Brandon Hyde was able to get them to be competitive in games despite how difficult the season was: 

LSU Quarterback Joe Burrow

LSU quarterback Joe Burrow (just days before winning the Heisman Trophy) discussed his magical season, playing for Ed Orgeron and why winning the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award meant so much to his Johnny U-obsessed father: 

Ravens Fullback/Defensive Lineman Patrick Ricard

Just hours before officially receiving his first career Pro Bowl selection, Ravens two-way star Patrick Ricard discussed what the recognition meant to him and the contract extension he received from the team: 

Navy Coach Ken Niumatalolo

Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo discussed the Mids’ outstanding season, including breaking a three-year losing streak against Army: 

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