About Glenn Clark
Baltimore sports fans have been turning to Glenn Clark for their dose of reality for almost a decade.
He's best known for spending six years at WNST, where he once got Joe Flacco to proclaim himself to be the best quarterback in the NFL. As Clark says, "you ask a dumb question, you get a historic, timeless answer. Tried and true."
Listeners have also heard him on 105.7 The Fan (you may remember "Coach G"), 1300-AM (WJFK), SiriusXM, Sporting News Radio, All News 99.1 in Washington, D.C., ABC-2 and other outlets.
Clark brings his insight to PressBox with Glenn Clark Radio, continuing his pragmatic approach to analysis of the Ravens, Orioles, Terps and more.
Clark is a proud graduate of Perry Hall High School, and attended multiple colleges, including the University of Maryland. He loves craft beer and Manny Machado, and hates Duke and Ohio State.
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Maryland football coach joined GCR Monday to preview spring practice...
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Glenn Solve Such Problems As The Terps' Current Funk, The Orioles' Bullpen And Rob Manfred's Conundrum
On Glenn Clark Radio Feb. 23, the gang went through a segment of free advice covering such topics as the Orioles' bullpen, Ravens at No. 16 and more.