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

Former Ravens edge rusher Trevor Pryce discussed the life and legacy of his former Fox Sports 1 co-host Regis Philbin and concerns about football in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic:

Epidemiologist Dr. Zachary Binney discussed the issues MLB has faced during the COVID-19 outbreak and why he’s concerned about whether the NFL will be able to play:

Trinity Christian Academy (Florida) defensive back Corey Coley Jr. discussed his decision to commit to Maryland despite being recruited by programs like LSU and Notre Dame:

Orioles radio play-by-play voice Geoff Arnold discussed making his MLB regular season debut by calling games on the road off a monitor from Baltimore and why Red Sox legend Dennis Eckersley is wrong about how much fun Orioles broadcasters are having:

Stevenson University athletic director Brett Adams discussed the MAC’s decision to postpone fall sports and what they’re hoping will change before Jan. 1 to allow them to play:

Longtime Orioles trainer Richie Bancells discussed the difficulties MLB teams are having keeping players healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic:

Former Orioles reliever (now with the Oakland Athletics) Donnie Hart discussed what Mo Gaba meant to him during his years in Baltimore:

105.7 The Fan host Jeremy Conn discussed the special relationship he developed with Mo Gaba dating back to Gaba calling into his show with Scott Garceau:

Mix 106.5 afternoon host Priestly discussed his unique relationship with Mo Gaba, which pre-dated even Gaba’s time as a sports talk caller:

Orioles TV play-by-play voice Scott Garceau discussed Mo Gaba going from sports talk caller to inspirational figure for all of Baltimore, including why he’s happy that Gaba can finally “see” Orioles games:

Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle/former Raven Michael Pierce discussed his decision to opt out of the 2020 season in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic because of asthma issues, despite costing himself a year in the prime of his career:

The Athletic NFL writer Mike Sando discussed his annual NFL “QB Tiers” piece and why NFL coaches and evaluators believe Lamar Jackson is just the seventh best quarterback in the league right now, in the second tier of signal callers:

Eric Arditti (Barstool Sports) discussed his close friendship with Mo Gaba and why fans might not know just how smart Gaba was:

Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed the close relationship they had with Mo Gaba and why they’d go out of their way to spend time with him:

Former Orioles manager Buck Showalter discussed his relationship with Mo Gaba and why it isn’t a stretch to suggest Gaba played a role in the success the Orioles had during Showalter’s tenure:

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