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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Aug. 18-23, 2019

August 24, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Big Ten Network analyst Howard Griffith discussed his recent visit to College Park, Md., and expectations for the Terps in Michael Locksley's first season: 



Forbes MLB business writer Maury Brown discussed why the Orioles could be sold but are not likely to relocate: 



Maryland-based UFC fighter Sodiq Yusuff discussed how he ended up here after being born in Nigeria, coming up through local promotions like Shogun Fights and his huge win against Gabriel Benitez on the main card of UFC 241 Aug. 17: 



UMBC soccer coach Pete Caringi discussed the upcoming season for the Retrievers as they try to get over the hump and get back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2014: 



Controversial former Baltimore police officer Jerome Hill discussed how he ended up in Florida as a medical investigator and the lead investigator in the Biogenesis scandal, which was documented in the new Netflix movie "Screwball:"



Towson football coach Rob Ambrose discussed the upcoming season and how the Tigers can build on the success they had with quarterback Tom Flacco in 2018:



Maryland basketball legend Steve Blake discussed taking his first NBA coaching job this season as an assistant with the Phoenix Suns and what he continues to carry with him from when he played for Gary Williams: 



ESPN "Monday Night Football" analyst and two-time Super Bowl champion defensive lineman Booger McFarland discussed Lamar Jackson's growth in Year Two and why he still gives a slight edge to the Steelers in the AFC North: 



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