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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Nov. 26-30, 2018

December 1, 2018
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Former NFL offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz, now an analyst for SiriusXM and ESPN Radio, discussed why he doesn't believe Lamar Jackson can be a high-level NFL quarterback: 

ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas discussed Maryland's solid start and why he believes Mark Turgeon has the Terps pointed in the direction of being title contenders in the not-so-distant future: 

ESPN's Dan Graziano discussed how Lamar Jackson could save John Harbaugh's job and whether Jackson is more a benefit or detriment to a potential coaching search: 

Falcons color analyst and former quarterback David Archer discussed Ravens-Falcons and comparisons between Lamar Jackson and former Falcons quarterback Michael Vick: 

Former NFL and Alabama offensive lineman Barrett Jones, now an analyst for ESPN Radio, discussed why Mike Locksley is a perfect fit for Maryland and Ravens-Falcons: 

CBS play by play voice Jim Nantz discussed Ravens-Falcons and the many changes that are or could be looming for the Ravens: 

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