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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: June 10-14, 2019

June 15, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Former Navy (and Georgia Tech) coach Paul Johnson discussed his retirement from coaching and his recent visit with John Harbaugh and the Ravens' coaching staff: 

New Navy lacrosse coach Joe Amplo discussed leaving Marquette for the Midshipmen job and whether the Navy program is a "sleeping giant" in college lacrosse: 

Baltimore native Ron Swoboda (Sparrows Point/University of Maryland) discussed his new book "Here's The Catch," celebrating the 50th anniversary of his "Miracle Mets" defeating the Orioles in the 1969 World Series: 

Bowie Baysox pitcher Tyler Erwin discussed his solid start to the season and being related to former American president James K. Polk: 

Former USWNT star Shannon Higgins Cirovski discussed the U.S.'s World Cup opening 13-0 win against Thailand and what concerns she still has for the team: 

St. Frances Academy safety and shooting guard Jordan Toles discussed his commitment to play both football and basketball at LSU: 

Frederick Keys first baseman Ryan Ripken discussed his progress this season at High-A ball and why he doesn't like to give out his last name when he introduces himself: 

Bleacher Report lead NFL writer Mike Tanier discussed his visit to Ravens minicamp and whether their run-heavy offense can compete for a Super Bowl title: 

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