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 her new role as an ambassador for Baltimore’s 2026 World Cup bid and life in the “wubble” in Florida:
Big Ten Network analyst and former Minnesota coach Glen Mason discussed the league’s decision making and why he wouldn’t be comfortable trying to coach a team in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic:
CBS analyst and former Super Bowl MVP Phil Simms discussed why he doesn’t think the Ravens should sign Antonio Brown and why he likes the Ravens more than the Chiefs in the AFC:
Former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen discussed why he believes the Big Ten made the right decision to not play in the fall:
ESPN analyst and former infielder Eduardo Perez discussed what we can make of the Orioles’ solid start and whether they should at all deviate from the plan:
Former Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson discussed why he doesn’t believe any conference will play football this fall, why spring football is unlikely and why the financial implications are so significant:
ESPN play-by-play voice Karl Ravech discussed whether we should read too much into the Orioles’ solid start, what they might do at the trade deadline and why he’s in favor of extending the extra-inning rule and actually even making seven-inning games permanent, too:
Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk discussed why they believe it’s still safe to play football right now, whether that could change and if playing basketball in a “bubble” would be an option for them:
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