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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: April 8-12, 2019

April 13, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Former NBA star Muggsy Bogues (Dunbar) discussed his pride in seeing Tony Bennett, his former teammate with the Charlotte Hornets, win his first national championship at Virginia: 

Loyola lacrosse coach Charley Toomey discussed how his team has bounced back from midseason losses to Duke and Towson: 

New Orioles radio play-by-play voice Kevin Brown discussed the awkwardness of his first week on the job coming in the midst of Chris Davis making undesirable history: 

Former Louisville receiver and potential Ravens NFL Draft target Jaylen Smith discussed why he'd be excited to reunite with his former quarterback, Lamar Jackson, in Baltimore: 

Loyola economics professor and former Orioles economic adviser Dr. Stephen J.K. Walters discussed how the team got into the Chris Davis mess and what to do now: 

Bowie Baysox infielder Preston Palmeiro discussed trying to get out from the shadow of his father (Rafael Palmeiro) and moving to first base this season: 

Maryland wide receiver Jeshaun Jones discussed the team's preparation for the upcoming spring game and what Mike Locksley has brought to the program: 

Baltimore-born boxer Nick Kisner (Old Mill) discussed the biggest fight of his career against Otto Wallin in Atlantic City, N.J., on Showtime April 13:

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