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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Jan. 28-Feb. 1, 2019

February 2, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Big Ten Network analyst and former Penn State guard Jon Crispin discussed the recent up-and-down stretch for the Terps, including their loss to Illinois at Madison Square Garden, which he called: 



Johns Hopkins lacrosse coach Dave Pietramala discussed how his team can get back to the Final Four, the recent death of Hopkins football coach Jim Margraff and why he's never gone to a Super Bowl despite being constantly invited by his friend Bill Belichick: 



Maryland lacrosse coach John Tillman discussed how his team might be more focused this year after a distraction-free offseason, unlike last year when they were coming off the national championship: 



Loyola lacrosse coach Charley Toomey discussed the potential national title expectations surrounding his team now in star player Pat Spencer's senior season: 



Former Terps and NBA forward Tony Massenburg discussed his new book, "Lessons From Lenny," and what advice he'd have for Mike Locksley in the aftermath of the Jordan McNair tragedy based on his own experience after the Len Bias tragedy: 



Former Maryland defensive lineman Byron Cowart discussed the incredible path he's taken from being ESPN's No. 1 recruit in 2015 to Auburn to community college to the Terps to now being on the cusp of the NFL Draft: 



Northern Illinois head football coach and former Ravens running backs coach Thomas Hammock discussed returning to his alma mater after his playing career was cut short due to a heart condition and what he's learned from John Harbaugh: 



Saints offensive tackle and former Towson Tiger Jermon Bushrod discussed playing this season to honor his daughter, who tragically died just a week after birth, and being the team's Ed Block Courage Award recipient: 



Fox Sports 1 analyst Steve Lavin, formerly the head coach at UCLA and St. John's, discussed why he's bullish about Mark Turgeon and the Terps this season: 



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