In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Pastor Shannon Wright, the Republican nominee for Baltimore mayor, discussed the future of Pimlico, Royal Farms Arena, the Orioles and more:
Former Towson guard Four McGlynn discussed his run to The Basketball Tournament championship game with Team “Sideline Cancer” and why he’s in favor of expanding the Elam Ending throughout basketball:
Chesapeake Bayhawks star Isaiah Davis-Allen (Maryland) discussed participating in the MLL’s short season in Annapolis, living in a “bubble” and the role he plays in the #BlackLivesMatter movement as one of the still few Black voices in lacrosse:
Former Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason discussed being “irked” by being left off the fan-voted 25th anniversary team and why he’s just as disappointed that Joe Flacco was snubbed:
MASN analyst and former Orioles shortstop Mike Bordick discussed what he’s looking forward to during the short 2020 season and his thoughts on the strategy for extra innings:
Loyola athletic director Donna Woodruff discussed the Patriot League cancelling fall sports and when it might be safe to play again:
MASN analyst and former Orioles catcher Rick Dempsey also discussed what he’s looking forward to in the short season and extra-inning strategies:
University of Maryland-Baltimore PhD student David Rach discussed the global attention he received for being “the first man vaccinated from COVID-19,” why that reporting wasn’t quite true but why he has real reason to believe he IS vaccinated:
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