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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Feb. 25-March 1, 2019

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

Legendary play-by-play voice Johnny Holliday discussed his 40th anniversary at Maryland and this year's Terps: 

Former UConn quarterback David Pindell (Oakland Mills) discussed his hopeful path to the NFL Draft, including whether he's willing to switch positions: 

ESPN analyst and former Indiana coach Dan Dakich discussed what he likes about this year's Maryland team and his long-term fears regarding Jalen Smith: 

CBS Sports HQ analyst and former Marlins team president David Samson discussed why he thinks the Padres' deal with Manny Machado was a mistake and what it will take for the Orioles' rebuild process to work: 

Big Ten Network and Fox Sports reporter and analyst Andy Katz discussed why he believes Maryland is a team capable of making a deep NCAA Tournament run: 

Olympic swimming legend Mark Spitz discussed his partnership with the Holocaust Education Film Festival and whether he'd beat Michael Phelps in a race if they were both in their prime: 

Sports Illustrated MLB writer Stephanie Apstein discussed her longform story about Machado and why Orioles fans were misinterpreting his "little bit of love" comments: 

Towson faceoff specialist Alex Woodall discussed his dominant performance in the Tigers' win over No. 1 Loyola: 

New Johns Hopkins football coach Greg Chimera discussed being promoted to replace his mentor, the late Jim Margraff: 

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