In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
CBS Sports reporter Evan Washburn discussed what he saw from the Ravens in their Week 1 win against the Browns and the strange nature of broadcasting NFL games in 2020:
Braves pitching coach and former Orioles pitching coach Rick Kranitz discussed the success former Oriole Darren O’Day is having in Atlanta and what it has meant to reunite with Nick Markakis as they push for a World Series title:
Ravens fullback Patrick Ricard discussed his team’s big win in Week 1, his disappointing fumble and the moment in which having no fans in the stadium was the most weird:
Author Jason Cole discussed his new book “Elway: A Relentless Life,” including how the icon’s decision to not play in Baltimore may have shaped the city’s football history:
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed a big Week 1 win, rookie Tyre Phillips’ solid play in his debut and what it meant to both of them to see “Mo’s Rows” at M&T Bank Stadium:
Former Orioles manager and current MLB Network analyst Buck Showalter discussed why he’s opposed to having more (bad) teams in the playoffs and his thoughts on Orioles prospects, particularly why he was so high on pitcher Dean Kremer when they acquired him:
ESPN college football reporter Ryan McGee discussed the Big Ten’s return to play, why he’s excited to see Taulia Tagovailoa at Maryland and his new book “Sidelines and Bloodlines:”
CBS play-by-play voice Kevin Harlan discussed Ravens-Texans (he’s on the call) and the pressure that comes with calling a Ravens game when you know Lamar Jackson could do something spectacular at any moment:
SportsTalk 790 (Houston) host and former Texans defensive lineman ND Kalu (who is technically a Baltimore native) discussed the Week 2 matchup and the path by which the Texans could possibly beat the Ravens:
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