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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: May 13-17, 2019

May 18, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Loyola goalie Jacob Stover discussed his brilliant performance in the first round win against Syracuse, facing a high powered Penn State attack in the quarterfinals and how his father's (former Ravens kicker Matt Stover) mentality helped him as a goalie:



Alwaysmining trainer Kelly Rubley discussed the possibility of the horse becoming the first bred in Maryland to win the Preakness since 1983 and what it would mean to her to be the first woman trainer to win the race: 



Maryland attackman Louis Dubick discussed the team's dramatic win against Towson in the first round (including his game winner in overtime) and reuniting a rivalry with Virginia that he's more familiar with because his father and grandfather played for the Terps: 



Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith discussed how his life has changed since riding Justified to the Triple Crown last year, his ride on Improbable in this year's Preakness and why he's emotional about not wanting the race to move from Pimlico to Laurel: 



UMBC softball coach Chris Kuhlmeyer discussed the Retrievers winning the America East Tournament (after being picked to finish last) and reaching the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history: 



Former Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel discussed his new book, "Mind And Matter," and why he ultimately chose to leave football in favor of pursuing a career in math: 



Former MLB pitcher David Cone discussed his new book "Full Count," the competitive-balance issue in baseball (and how the attempt to end tanking could hurt the Orioles) and the role Jeffrey Maier played in him becoming a five-time World Series winner: 



Bowie Baysox manager Buck Britton discussed the ups (like Rylan Bannon) and downs (like Yusniel Diaz) from the Double-A squad early this season and how even HE didn't know his younger brother and former Orioles closer "Zack" didn't want to be "Zach":



Orioles radio analyst and former pitcher Dave Johnson discussed John Means' success, Dylan Bundy's struggles and why he hopes the Atlantic League's experiment with computers handling ball and strike calls eventually comes to MLB: 



Incoming seven-foot Maryland basketball recruit Chol Marial (Compass Prep in Arizona) discussed why he decided to commit to the Terps and where he is health-wise with shin splints having kept him off the floor: 



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