In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Loyola men’s soccer coach Steve Nichols discussed winning their first Patriot League tournament and reaching the NCAA Tournament for the first time in over a decade:
Author/Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy discussed his new book “Wish It Lasted Forever” about the Larry Bird-era Celtics and just how much of a threat the Patriots are now in the AFC:
NFL Network and NFL.com analyst Gregg Rosenthal discussed where the Ravens fit among the best teams in the NFL given how tumultuous the last few weeks have been:
Atlanta Braves pitching coach and former Orioles pitching coach Rick Kranitz discussed winning his first World Series after a lifetime in baseball:
Ravens linebacker Tyus Bowser and safety Chuck Clark discussed the loss to the Dolphins and needing to live up to the Ravens’ defensive standard on “The Tyus Bowser Show:”
Ravens Super Bowl XXXV champion coach and BaltimoreRavens.com analyst Brian Billick discussed how the Ravens can avoid having more teams take advantage of them with “cover zero” defensive looks:
CBS play-by-play legend Jim Nantz discussed the Ravens-Bears matchup he will call with Tony Romo and why he’s confident more significant PGA Tour events will come to Caves Valley:
Former Bears defensive end turned Fox 32 (Chicago) Bears analyst Corey Wootton discussed whether the Bears can replicate what the Dolphins did to find success against the Ravens:
Dr. Lonise Bias discussed her son (Len Bias) being inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame and why she wasn’t fully aware of his basketball phenomenon until after his death:
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