In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Veteran sportswriter Peter Schmuck discussed his retirement after 30 years with The Baltimore Sun:

Legendary former Maryland basketball coach Lefty Driesell discussed the Michael Jordan-Len Bias debate and former Terps he believes are deserving of having their jerseys in the rafters:

New Mexico State infielder and potential Orioles first-round pick Nick Gonzales discussed being the brother of a former Navy football player (linebacker Daniel Gonzales) and the possibility of reuniting with his former teammate and “best friend” Joey Ortiz in Baltimore’s system:

Former Maryland guard (and current High Point basketball assistant coach) Keith Gatlin discussed the Jordan-Bias debate and his expectations for his former protege Aaron Wiggins in his junior season at Maryland:

Maryland basketball 2021 commit Julian Reese (St. Frances) discussed joining his sister Angel in College Park and the string of Baltimore players who have committed to the Terps:

FOX Sports analyst and former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer discussed what the Ravens are getting in J.K. Dobbins & Malik Harrison and the job Michael Locksley has done at Maryland:

CBS Sports analyst and former Marlins team president David Samson discussed the MLB-MLBPA issues as the parties try to salvage a season and why a shorter draft could actually benefit the Orioles:

Incoming Maryland basketball transfer Galin Smith discussed why he decided to join the Terrapins after three seasons at Alabama and being a bit of an old school type of big man:

MLB Network/’s Jim Callis discussed why he has the Orioles taking Austin Martin with the No. 2 pick in his most recent mock draft and why he thinks they shouldn’t “get cute” and try to sign someone under slot:

Former UMBC basketball player Isaiah Rogers discussed adjusting to a new career as a medical assistant at Padder Health in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis:

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