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

Las Vegas Aces star Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) discussed starting WNBA season in its Florida “bubble” and what it means to her to wear shooting victim Breonna Taylor’s name on the back of her jersey:

UMBC soccer coach Pete Caringi discussed the disappointment in America East delaying fall sports but the hopes of having a season in the spring:

Towson running back Shane Simpson discussed how the CAA’s cancellation of fall football almost certainly means the end of his Tigers career since he wouldn’t be able to play a spring season due to the need to prepare for the NFL Draft:

ESPN NFL insider Jeremy Fowler discussed why the Ravens are the team best suited for success during the next three years and why he doesn’t believe Antonio Brown is actually retired:

Chesapeake Bayhawks goalie Brian Phipps (Maryland) discussed what it’s like playing a short MLL season in the Annapolis “bubble”:

Incoming Maryland basketball walk-on Connor Odom (Archbishop Spalding) discussed his decision to join the Terrapins, his battle with Lyme disease and wanting to be a coach in the future like his father (UMBC coach Ryan Odom) and grandfather (former Wake Forest coach Dave Odom):

Orioles pitcher Isaac Mattson discussed being a part of the alternate camp in Bowie and what it would be like to make his MLB debut in a season in which his friends and family wouldn’t be able to attend the game:

UMBC athletic director Brian Barrio discussed the cancellation of fall sports and why he’s still hopeful they’ll be able to play a full basketball season starting in November:

ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates discussed the Ravens being the team best set for the next three years but why they still have to prove capable of getting past Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs first:

Former Giants coach and Ravens offensive coordinator Jim Fassel discussed the impact of having no preseason games this year and why it benefits teams like the Ravens:

Morgan State football coach Tyrone Wheatley discussed the MEAC postponing fall sports and why he’s hopeful people will take accountability in order for the Bears to be able to play in the spring:

WJZ 13 analyst and former Ravens Super Bowl champion wide receiver Qadry Ismail discussed the strange preseason ahead and why he has concerns about how Hollywood Brown has bulked up this offseason:

Laney College (California) football coach John Beam discussed the upcoming (and final football) season of “Last Chance U” debuting on Netflix July 28 and the connection it will have to a current Morgan State football player:

Former Vikings coach Mike Tice (Maryland) discussed the impact of no preseason games and how he thinks defensive coaches might adapt to facing the Ravens:

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