Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: March 18-22, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Clark Kellogg, Jimmy Patsos and more.
As 105.7 The Fan Marks 10th Anniversary, Connection With Baltimore Stands Out
As 105.7 The Fan prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary, the connection hosts feel with their listeners has stood out throughout the years. "I think the appetite is there from the fans," Scott Garceau said. "They want to be able to hear about their local teams all day."
2019 Fantasy Baseball Overvalued Candidates
Phil Backert breaks down three players he believes are being overvalued in fantasy baseball drafts, including Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
2019 Ravens Draft Watch: Erik McCoy
Would former Texas A&M offensive lineman Erik McCoy be a fit for the Ravens? Ken Zalis says McCoy can start immediately at guard or center.
After Junior College Journey, Sara Vujacic Settles In For Maryland Women's Basketball
Sara Vujacic realized her dream of playing Division I basketball when she signed with Maryland last spring, but she struggled to find her role early in the season ... until she found her confidence and everything clicked.
Five Takeaways From The Terps' 79-77 Win Against Belmont
Brooks DuBose offers five takeaways from the Terps' 79-77 win against Belmont in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, including huge games for Jalen Smith and Darryl Morsell.
Ravens, QB Robert Griffin III Agree To Two-Year Deal
Robert Griffin III is returning to the Ravens on a two-year deal as the team's No. 2 quarterback and mentor for Lamar Jackson, the Ravens announced March 21. The deal is contingent on Griffin passing a physical.
Ravens Seven-Round 2019 NFL Mock Draft
Ken Zalis shares his first seven-round NFL mock draft for the Baltimore Ravens, and he predicts the Ravens will take former Maryland linebacker Tre Watson with one of their sixth-round picks.
Ricig's World Of Sports: Things We've Never (Ever) Seen In March
In his latest sports cartoon with PressBox, Mike Ricigliano looks at four things we've never (ever) seen in March's college basketball frenzy.
Big Tests Ahead For Towson, Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse
The Towson and Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse teams will face big tests March 23, with the Tigers hosting No. 13 Denver and the Blue Jays hosting No. 9 Virginia. Todd Karpovich offers a prediction for each matchup.
Remembering Baltimore Sports Greats Frank Robinson, Manny Machado And Joe Flacco
Stan "The Fan" Charles looks back on Frank Robinson, Manny Machado and Joe Flacco, and he says it'd be difficult to find another career as long, respected and important as that of Robinson.
Vado Morse At Center Of Mount St. Mary's Men's Basketball's Youthful Foundation
With an all-underclassman roster, Mount St. Mary's men's basketball has a strong foundation for the future, and at the center of that foundation is Northeast Conference Rookie of the Year and former Bullis star Vado Morse.
Bond Between Don Zimmerman, Pete Caringi Highlights UMBC Athletics Hall Of Fame Class
When Don Zimmerman took control of UMBC men's lacrosse in 1993, he immediately bonded with fellow coach and Baltimore native Pete Caringi. "We just started talking like two Baltimore guys," Zimmerman said. "If you were from out of town, you probably couldn't understand the conversation."
Jim Henneman: Outpouring Of Love For Frank Robinson Reassuring Testimony To His Impact
Jim Henneman says the reaction to his tribute to Frank Robinson was one of the best responses he's ever had, and he shares some of the comments he received from Dave Trembley, Ernie Accorsi, Gary Roenicke, Doug DeCinces and others.
Towson Women's Basketball Ready For First NCAA Tournament
Towson women's basketball will face UConn in the NCAA Tournament, but the Tigers aren't worried about their opponent. "They are still up and excited about the opportunity to play in the NCAA Tournament," coach Diane Richardson said. "And you can't tell them they're not going to go there and win."
Nebraska Dud Refocuses Terps Ahead Of NCAA Tournament, Belmont
As one of only three Terps with NCAA Tournament experience, Anthony Cowan has a simple message for his teammates ahead of their matchup against Belmont -- "No matter what seed you come in, every team is going to be good. ... We've just got to be ready for it."
Predicting The Orioles' 25-Man Roster
Stan "The Fan" Charles takes a stab at predicting the Orioles' 25-man roster, and he says a couple of last-minute surprises could be on the way.
With An Assist From Tony Jefferson, Justin Bethel Ready To Impact Ravens
With a head coach whose background is in special teams, and with a former teammate providing a big assist with recruiting, Justin Bethel said he felt the Ravens organization was "the right fit" for him.
Deuce McAllister: Mark Ingram A Perfect Fit With Ravens
Former NFL running back and current New Orleans Saints radio analyst Deuce McAllister says Mark Ingram will "fit perfectly" into the Ravens' offense. "He possesses the skill set to be an every-down back," McAllister said.
Huge Freshman Class Provides Optimism For Coppin State Softball
Coppin State softball hasn't finished the season with a winning record since 2011, but head coach Gino Olivieri is excited about his young squad and confident the Eagles can win the northern division of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.