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

ESPN bracketologist Joe Lunardi discussed Maryland’s seeding likelihood, his new book “Bracketology: March Madness, College Basketball, and the Creation of a National Obsession,” and why UMBC wouldn’t be a No. 16 seed again if they make the NCAA Tournament:

Former Maryland receiver DJ Turner discussed transferring to Pitt for his final collegiate season and his preparation for the NFL Draft:

CBS analyst Dan Bonner discussed Maryland’s big win against Michigan State and what type of threat they might be moving toward the NCAA Tournament:

Stevenson lacrosse coach Paul Cantabene discussed the 2021 Mustangs, whose season begins March 6 at Stevens Tech:

CBS play-by-play voice Kevin Harlan discussed Maryland’s win against Michigan State and his legendary call of the Super Bowl streaker:

ESPN NFL insider Jeremy Fowler discussed the Orlando Brown Jr. situation — including the Ravens having not received a first-round offer yet — and what the realities might be for a Lamar Jackson deal:

Author Kevin Cowherd discussed his new book “U Must Be Cinderella,” detailing UMBC’s 2018 upset win against Virginia in the NCAA Tournament:

1983 World Series MVP Rick Dempsey discussed the life and legacy of former Orioles manager Joe Altobelli, who guided the Birds to the ’83 title after replacing Earl Weaver:

Maryland linebacker Shaq Smith (St. Frances) discussed his preparation for the NFL Draft after missing most of the season and the unique relationship he’s shared with Ravens legend Ray Lewis:

Orioles pitcher Josh Rogers discussed returning to the mound for the first time in a year and a half due to UCL revision surgery and the pandemic as well as his expectations for 2021:

Minnesota wide receiver/projected first-round pick Rashod Bateman discussed his blocking abilities and his interest in joining up with Lamar Jackson and the Ravens:

Two-time Super Bowl champion Chris Hogan discussed leaving the NFL for the Premier Lacrosse League and why he doesn’t think receivers would avoid signing up to play with Jackson and the Ravens:

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