This week’s edition of the Norris & Davis Show Best Of includes interviews with Keith Cavanaugh of the Terrapin Times on the Maryland football spring game, and an interview with UFC legend Randy Couture on upcoming UFC events and his acting career.

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Keith started off by talking about Perry Hills and whether or not he has become the guy at QB for the Terps saying “he’s their best thrower and he worked with Gus Frerotte in the off-season to shorten up his throwing motion…he’ll be their best bet to run Walt Bell’s offense.” As for what he likes best about this team and what he saw at the Red and White game Keith said “I really like the run game, after years and years of misses they have some real talent on the offensive line, and they have more depth at running back.”

As for guys who impressed in the spring game who may be guys to watch next year Keith said “Ty Johnson played as a true freshman last year, he has the quickness and burst to go with power guys like Wes Brown and Trey Edmunds.” When talking about wide receiver and guys to watch Keith said “Levern Jacobs had a big day and he’ll be a future Pro…overall DJ Moore had the best performance the sophomore wide receiver.”

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Keith also talked about some recruits the basketball program could be looking at to fill the roles left by players leaving early for the NBA.


Randy started out by talking about his appearance on Hawaii Five-O saying “I play a serial arsonist…there is a prison break and I escape.” As for whether it’s easier to be an athlete or an actor Randy said “they’re both challenging in their own way, as an athlete my whole life I’ve learned to box up my emotions…now they want me to let all that out while playing these characters, it’s a challenge but its been fun both are a grind.”

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When asked if the UFC is in danger of over-saturating the market Randy said “I think the market is a little bit saturated, when I was competing there were 6 to 12 big fights a year, and now there is a big fight every month almost every week seemingly.” As for the Conor McGregor retirement/contract dispute Randy said “as a fighter you have a short window to make as much money as you can, and I think that is what he’s doing trying to squeeze as much money out of them as he can…goof for him, I hope it works out for him.”