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Ed Reed took the time to join the Glenn Younes Show to discuss his football camp at Stevenson University next week, and Glenn tried his best to have Ed address his comments on Twitter and his playing future. One thing is for sure, Ed Reed can certainly dance around a question.
Glenn gets a ton of texts naming Lance Armstrong the greatest athlete of all time and the Unicorn addresses the state of cycling with PED’s and how he feels Lance stacks up against the likes of Tiger Woods, Muhammad Ali, Roger Federer, Michael Jordan, and more as the greatest of all-time.
Jeremiah Tittle, Executive Producer of “Basketball and Beyond” with Coach Mike Krzyweski and Communications Professor at the University of Maryland, called into The Glenn Younes Shows to talk about what he observed of the U.S Olympic Men’s Basketball team in Las Vegas.
Vinny shakes his rump in this bonus edition of Vinny’s Boom Box!
Mike from Bel-Air phoned in and tried to figure out with Glenn a fix for the Orioles defensive woes.
What should the Orioles do with Wilson Betemit? Should the team give up on Mark Reynolds and put Chris Davis at first base permanently? There is no easy solution to this problem for the Birds.
Talking BCS and the new four-team playoff system that will be in place for the next twelve years.
A preview of this weekend’s AT&T National and more.
Washington Capitals Beat Reporter Sky Kerstein from 106.7 the Fan in DC joined the Glenn Younes Show to talk new head coach Adam Oates and the future of the Capitals.
Sports writer Jason who covers the Ravens on CBS Sports.com thinks that the Ravens can still contend in 2012 even with the off-season issues of Suggs’ injury, Ray Rice’s contract and Ed Reed’s hold out.
Orioles Ownership is on board on making a move before the trade deadline if the Orioles are in contention through the All-Star break.
LaQuan analyzes his journey to the NFL and who influenced him as a young athlete and helped guide him in the right direction.
Orioles Director of Pitching Development, Rick Peterson, joined the Scott Garceau Show to talk the Orioles young arms.