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 champion wide receiver Qadry Ismail discussed the Ravens’ issues in the backfield and why he has no issue with them going after the 100-yard team rushing streak record:

Actor Josh Charles discussed the issues he has with Broncos coach Vic Fangio going after John Harbaugh and working on a new HBO limited series with David Simon and Justin Fenton:

Former Vikings coach Mike Tice (Maryland) discussed the Harbaugh-Fangio controversy and Lamar Jackson’s continued emergence as a passer:

NFL Network’s Jeffri Chadiha discussed why the Ravens should consider trading for a running back:

Ravens Broadcast Team analyst and former Ravens defensive coordinator and NFL head coach Mike Nolan discussed why he thinks Harbaugh was right to prioritize going for the record and the emergence of Odafe Oweh:

Legendary former Steelers running back Rocky Bleier discussed not even knowing they had previously held the 100 yard team rushing streak record and why he’d like to be in Baltimore to see the record broken:

The show made an announcement about the future of the program, with Paul Valle from “The Bat Around” in studio to discuss his new role:

Former Ravens defensive coordinator and Colts coach Chuck Pagano discussed why he believes Fangio would have done the same thing Harbaugh did had he been in the same situation:

Navy quarterback Tai Lavatai discussed the Mids’ huge win against UCF and why it was so important for him to seek his mom out in the stands after the game:

On “Jobbing Out,” former NFL defensive lineman AJ Francis (Maryland) discussed what it was like to be drafted to “WWE Smackdown” at an event in his hometown at Royal Farms Arena:

Westwood One play-by-play voice Kevin Harlan discussed the Ravens-Colts matchup and how Lamar Jackson is developing into a “top level” thrower in addition to still being the “single most elusive runner in football:”

ESPN “Monday Night Football” analyst and former NFL safety and scout Louis Riddick discussed Ravens-Colts and how remarkable it has been that the Ravens have played this well despite so many key injuries:

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