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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Jan. 21-25, 2019

January 26, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Former Maryland safety and projected early-round NFL Draft pick Darnell Savage discussed the Senior Bowl and being a leader during a tumultuous season for the Terps: 



NFL on CBS sideline reporter Evan Washburn discussed New England inexplicably winning another AFC title, Tom Brady dropping an F-bomb during their postgame interview and how the network deals with "Patriots fatigue" in preparing another Super Bowl broadcast: 



Former Maryland LB Tre Watson discussed his huge week at the East-West Shrine Game, frustration regarding not having Senior Bowl or Combine invites and why he has no regrets in transferring to Maryland despite the tumultuous season: 



FOX Sports bracketologist Howie Schwab discussed Maryland getting blown out at Michigan State and why it might not be that big of an issue for them overall: 



Orioles Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Palmer discussed why he believed Mike Mussina was worthy of joining him in Cooperstown and why he's looking forward to reading Buck Showalter's book: 



Baltimore native Haywood Highsmith (Archbishop Curley) discussed his recent NBA debut with the 76ers and getting to the NBA level after having to play Division II basketball at Wheeling Jesuit: 



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