In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
City Council president/mayoral candidate Brandon Scott discussed the future of the Orioles, Arena and the importance of sports betting being part of plan for a renovated Pimlico:
UMBC basketball coach Ryan Odom discussed the Retrievers’ big win at Vermont and how the team has come together through injuries this season:
Mayoral candidate Thiru Vignarajah discussed how potential sports betting locations should be determined for the city plus the future of the Orioles, Royal Farms Arena and more:
2020 Maryland commit Aquan Smart (Niles North HS in Skokie, Ill.) discussed his big senior season getting him on the Terrapins’ radar and how he feels like he fits in a Mark Turgeon offense:
Former mayor/current mayoral candidate Sheila Dixon discussed whether the Orioles improving on the field will be enough to bring crowds back to Camden Yards, the future of Pimlico and more:
ESPN’s Rece Davis discussed plans for College Gameday at Maryland Feb. 29 and the Terps being an NCAA title contender:
Lindy’s NFL Draft Preview Magazine’s Rob Rang discussed linebacker, pass rush and wide receiver options for the Ravens with the 28th pick:
Big Ten Network analyst Jess Settles discussed Maryland figuring out ways to win through their offensive inconsistencies this season:
1980 Olympic hockey captain Mike Eruzione discussed the 40th anniversary of “The Miracle On Ice” and his new book “The Making Of A Miracle”:
CBS analyst Clark Kellogg discussed how Maryland’s many comebacks this season (including Feb. 26 at Minnesota) are an example of championship mettle:
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