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

Sporting News columnist and Fox Sports bracketologist Mike DeCourcy discussed where Maryland stands in terms of the NCAA Tournament after four straight wins:

NFL Network lead draft analyst and former Ravens scout Daniel Jeremiah discussed why he has the Ravens taking a safety (TCU’s Trevon Moehrig) in his most recent mock draft and how they are likely to approach the Orlando Brown Jr. situation:

Navy men’s basketball coach Ed DeChellis discussed rising all the way to being the No. 1 team in college basketball’s RPI rankings and how special Cam Davis has been for them both on and off the floor during a successful season:

FOX Sports/Big Ten Network analyst Andy Katz discussed how Maryland has managed to turn things around and why this is among the best coaching jobs Mark Turgeon has ever done:

The Athletic MLB writer Joe Posnanski discussed his Orioles spring training preview, including the quip “tanking depletes the soul”:

Free-agent Ravens cornerback Pierre Desir discussed donating 10,000 meals to the folks in Houston still struggling in the aftermath of a crippling winter storm and why he hopes to return to Baltimore:

UMBC guard R.J. Eytle-Rock discussed his path from London to Catonsville, the Retrievers winning the America East regular-season title and their hopes to write their own legacy in the postseason:

ESPN MLB reporter Tim Kurkjian discussed what MLB could do about “tanking” and why he does have some concerns about the long-term health of the Orioles:

Washington Post columnist and author John Feinstein discussed why he thinks Maryland fans are wrong to want to run Mark Turgeon out of town but why he’s not sure a long-term extension is the best strategy right now either:

UMBC soccer coach Pete Caringi discussed picking up his 300th career win this week and what it’s been like playing in the spring because of the COVID-19 pandemic:

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