In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Fox Sports 1 analyst and former NBA guard Casey Jacobsen discussed why he thinks the Terps have Final Four talent but he’s not quite ready to predict they’ll make it yet:
NFL Network Draft analyst and former Ravens scout Daniel Jeremiah discussed why he has them selecting an inside linebacker (Oklahoma’s Kenneth Murray) with the 28th pick when many people believe edge rush is a more pressing need:
Mount Saint Joseph coach Pat Clatchey discussed why he’s not remotely surprised by the dominant season former Gael Jalen Smith is having for Maryland:
Ravens offensive tackle Andre Smith discussed his decision to re-sign after spending just a short time with the team and whether he could be an option at guard if Marshal Yanda retires:
ESPN analyst and former Virginia Tech coach Seth Greenberg discussed why he believes the Terps can make the Final Four and why he’s not concerned about them having to squeak past Nebraska:
MASN analyst and former Orioles catcher Rick Dempsey discussed MLB’s radical new playoff format proposal, which he isn’t opposed to but wonders if there’s an issue that is being overlooked in the process:
Former Ravens, Chargers and Rams safety Eric Weddle discussed his decision to retire from the NFL and why he believes he could end up back in Baltimore at some point down the road, perhaps in a front office role:
Maryland basketball legend and NBA veteran Chris Wilcox discussed being back in College Park for the Nebraska game, his impressions of Jalen Smith and the amazing things he’s doing with robotics to try to help Native Americans:
Stevenson lacrosse coach Paul Cantabene discussed the start of the season for the Mustangs and how defending MAC Commonwealth Offensive Player of the Year Ethan Christensen will handle all of the attention coming his way:
ESPN analyst and former Duke standout Jay Bilas discussed why he thinks the Terps are one of nine or 10 teams capable of winning the NCAA championship:
Maryland Sports executive director Terry Hasseltine discussed Caves Valley being named the host for the 2021 BMW Championship and whether the course could host a major in the future:
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