In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Northwestern guard and former Loyola lacrosse star Pat Spencer (Boys’ Latin) discussed his successful transition back to basketball and whether it might be a part of his professional future:
Mayoral candidate T.J. Smith discussed the future of the Orioles, Royal Farms Arena, Preakness/Pimlico and sports betting in Baltimore:
Senior Bowl executive director, ESPN analyst and former NFL scout Jim Nagy discussed some potential Ravens draft targets,including LSU offensive lineman Damien Lewis, Notre Dame wide receiver Chase Claypool and more:
Maryland basketball legend and radio analyst Walt Williams discussed the Terps’ winning streak and how they’ve managed to overcome their offensive inconsistency:
Raiders tight end Darren Waller emotionally discussed his battles with addiction during his time with the Ravens and how Ravens staffers like former offensive lineman Harry Swayne helped him come out on the other side and have a breakout NFL season:
Former Saints and Jets special teams coordinator discussed his recently unearthed Lamar Jackson-Taysom Hill comments and we he in no ways meant them to be taken as a shot at Jackson:
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife, Nikki, discussed their anti-bullying RV tour, accepting a challenge for Bradley to eat a 72 ounce steak in Amarillo … and then chiming back in the next day after Bradley successfully completed the challenge!:
Hockey Hall of Famer, former NHL GM, 1980 Olympic assistant coach and assistant GM Craig Patrick discussed the 40th Anniversary of the “Miracle On Ice” Feb. 23 and his memories of his brief time with the Baltimore Clippers (including remembering the fight song!):
MLB Network analyst and former Orioles infielder Bill Ripken discussed his new book “State of Play” about trying to match old school baseball minds with new school thinking and the continued fallout from the Astros scandal:
New Orioles play-by-play voice Geoff Arnold discussed getting the call up from the Frederick Keys and what he’s most interested in during spring training:
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