PressBox looks back at what Billy Hurley III, Bob Bowman, Immanuel Quickley and Mike Bordick had to say on
Glenn Clark Radio
during the past month.
"I didn't think about him much on the golf course. And it kind of sounds weird to say, but it actually was probably the best thing that could have happened to me. For whatever reason, I didn't really think about my dad that much on the golf course. I don't know if I would have been able to hold it together there on the back nine if I had. I did think about him in the morning before I went out to play and kind of got choked up by myself in the locker room there. And then afterwards, Ernie [Els] (his Sunday playing partner) said some nice stuff to me. ‘I think your dad would be really proud of you; he's watching you right now' or something like that on the 18th green, and that was certainly special. Ernie was great throughout the whole thing."
- PGA golfer and Naval Academy grad Billy Hurley III June 29 on reflecting on his late father during his win at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.
"It's just amazing. It doesn't get any better. When you can represent the U.S.A. and you can lead our team; the U.S. swim team, statistically the most successful sports team in history if you look at the medals that they've won over time. It's an incredible honor and a responsibility, and I really look forward to it."
- Bob Bowman May 25 on his chance to lead the U.S. swim team at the Summer Games in Rio.
"It means a lot, just because everyone in [Harford County], everybody in Maryland, knows how big of a program Maryland is. When you're little, all you know is Maryland basketball, all you know is Terps. So that's pretty cool."
- Five-star recruit Immanuel Quickley June 13 on receiving an offer to play basketball at the University of Maryland.
"Yeah, I don't know if it's an experiment anymore. He's been very productive. I think he's an intimidating presence at the top of the lineup. … They're not going to pitch around him to get to the middle of the order, so he's going to see more strikes. Adam Jones kills breaking balls on the plate and kills fastballs on the plate. … He's great at the top [and] has good speed. He's a bunt threat [and] puts pressure on the defense. I think it's a great move."
- MASN color analyst Mike Bordick June 23 on Adam Jones batting leadoff for the Orioles.
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Issue 223: July 2016