In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Former Chargers team doctor Dr. David Chao discussed J.K. Dobbins’ ACL injury and what long-term impact it might have on the Ravens’ running back:
ESPN’s Kevin Van Valkenburg discussed the BMW Championship at Caves Valley and the likelihood of the venue hosting future big golf events:
Cincinnati Reds shortstop prospect Jose Torres (Calvert Hall) discussed his wild path from the Dominican Republic to Baltimore to a roller-coaster season at NC State to the third round of the MLB Draft:
NBC/Golf Channel personality Steve Sands discussed the thrilling BMW Championship and why he expects the event to be back in Owings Mills in the not-so-distant future:
Ravens linebacker Tyus Bowser discussed what we can expect this season from “The Tyus Bowser Show,” debuting Sept. 7 at Mother’s Peninsula Grille in Arnold:
Former Navy women’s soccer player Haley Carter discussed her efforts to evacuate women’s soccer players from Afghanistan after having served as an assistant coach for their national team:
Morgan State football coach Tyrone Wheatley discussed the 2021 Bears, who open the season Sept. 4 by hosting Towson:
ESPN college football analyst Mike Golic Jr. discussed the Maryland/West Virginia game he’ll be calling Sept. 4 as well as the national media perception of Lamar Jackson:
Legendary former Maryland and NFL edge rusher Shawne Merriman discussed his excitement for this year’s Terps and how Lamar Jackson could become “the most unstoppable player of all time:”
Bowie Baysox outfielder and Orioles prospect Johnny Rizer discussed his torrid stretch at the plate and the ridiculous catch he made in foul territory recently that didn’t actually count:
Towson football coach Rob Ambrose discussed the 2021 Tigers, who open the season Sept. 4 at Morgan State:
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