In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Ravens Broadcast Team analyst, former Ravens defensive coordinator and NFL head coach Mike Nolan discussed the Ravens’ loss to the Browns, what he saw from Tyler Huntley and John Harbaugh’s two-point conversion decision:
Former Chargers team doctor Dr. David Chao (@ProFootballDoc) discussed Lamar Jackson’s ankle injury and why it could have been worse for the quarterback:
ESPN Sports Data Scientist & Virginia Tech professor Paul Sabin discussed John Harbaugh’s decision-making of late, including why the science backs up his decision to go for two when he did in the game against the Browns:
Sonsy Gaba announced Ravens kicker Justin Tucker as PressBox’s 2021 Mo Gaba Sportsperson of the Year:
Virginia Tech All-ACC and freshman All-American punter Peter Moore (Calvert Hall) discussed playing Maryland in the Pinstripe Bowl, the unfortunate reason that he hates the Yankees and the impact Sam Koch had on him as a huge Ravens fan:
Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo discussed their dramatic win over Army, honoring the late commander Brian Bourgeois and how the win can set them up for the 2022 season:
ESPN Radio analyst/former NFL quarterback Kelly Stouffer discussed the Packers/Ravens matchup he’s calling, his concerns about Lamar Jackson’s mobility with the ankle injury and whether Tyler Huntley could keep them competitive against Green Bay:
Epidemiologist and Emory University professor Dr. Zachary Binney discussed the recent COVID-19 outbreak and what steps the NFL and other sports leagues should be taking right now:
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