In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
WJZ analyst and former Ravens Super Bowl XXXV champion wide receiver Qadry Ismail discussed the Ravens’ disappointing loss to New England and whether Dez Bryant could help them solve their lack of outside receiving threats:
Orioles free-agent pitcher David Hess discussed his struggles this season, how the young nucleus is coming together and his hopes to stay with the organization moving forward:
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed the difficult conditions in the loss to the Patriots, Matt Skura’s struggles of late and their Thanksgiving giveaway at M&T Bank Stadium Nov. 23:
104.5 The Zone (Nashville) host and former Titans wide receiver Kevin Dyson discussed this week’s Ravens-Titans matchup, including Tennessee’s defensive struggles and how much trouble the Ravens could be in if they face Derrick Henry without Brandon Williams and Calais Campbell:
Legendary basketball coach Paul Westhead discussed his incredible career, his new book “The Speed Game” and some connections he has to Maryland you might not have known about:
NFL Network analyst and former NFL cornerback Bucky Brooks discussed the Ravens’ offensive struggles and whether they might be too much to overcome without Ronnie Stanley and Nick Boyle:
Maryland radio network analyst and hoops legend Walt Williams discussed Jalen Smith being selected 10th overall by the Suns in the NBA Draft and the upcoming Maryland basketball season, including how the Terps will replace Smith and Anthony Cowan Jr.:
Towson coach Pat Skerry discussed the start of an extraordinarily strange season, how their reunion with Zane Martin happened and the impact Demetrius Mims (Poly) could be capable of making:
CBS sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson discussed Ravens-Titans, including Baltimore’s offensive inconsistency and banged-up defense against Henry:
Former Maryland star Jalen “Stix” Smith (Mount Saint Joseph) discussed being selected by the Suns, his affection for new teammate Chris Paul and something special he intends to do for his little sister with his pro money:
Reisterstown native Tucker Lutz (Franklin) discussed his path from being a high school wrestler and football player (and self-described “goon”) through Ground Control and Shogun Fights to now earning a UFC contract via Dana White’s Contender Series:
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