The Historian shows us his large archives and long memory

Wes May, our very beloved Sportsline Historian, joins the show for his weekly appearance, talking the greatest and funniest moments and memorable anniversaries in the history of both WLNI radio and the world of sports. WLNI · Historian talks past moments and funny anniversaries

Hunter Cattoor says fans go crazy for Bacon!

Virginia Tech star Hunter Cattoor joins The Sportsline to talk Hokies basketball and their season thus far, including what it was like to upset Duke to end their losing streak, on why Cassell Coliseum is one of the toughest environments to play in for opposing college basketball teams, and why fans should know that it […]

Locally on the Links with Faber Jamerson

Falling River’s Faber Jamerson joins The Sportsline for Beacon Credit Union’s Locally on the Links to talk PGA-LIV spat between Patrick Reed and Rory McIlroy, on how to say ready and loose during golf’s offseason, and whether now or later would be a good time to take some lessons and work on your game. WLNI […]

Kevin Sweeney says the NCAA Tournament should not expand

Sports Illustrated college basketball writer Kevin Sweeney joins The Sportsline to talk NCAA basketball, including why Virginia is the best team and has the highest ceiling in the ACC, on how many close losses has Virginia Tech on the outside looking in, on Liberty being forecasted as a team as good as they were a […]

The Post’s Des Bieler says Brock Purdy is a lightweight amongst many heavyweights

Washington Post sports writer Des Bieler joins The Sportsline to talk NFL storylines, including why he’s looking forward to a “heavyweight” battle between San Francisco and Philadelphia, on if Kansas City will be able to get over the hump against Cincinnati, and if the Jets hiring Nathaniel Hackett will lure Aaron Rodgers over to be […]

Jeff Woody talks reasons behind him stepping down

Former E.C. Glass head football coach Jeff Woody joins The Sportsline to talk leaving the HillToppers, including why his young family and long commute were paramount in his decision to step down, on why rebuilding the historical Glass football program was a “we thing” not a “me thing,” and talks what the future may hold […]

PFF’s Ben Brown says Mahomes effectiveness is “the million dollar question”

Ben Brown of Pro Football Focus joins The Sportsline to talk biggest headlines heading into conference championship weekend, including how Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes will look while dealing with his latest high ankle injury, on what made it possible for the Cincinnati Bengals to defeat the Buffalo Bills, and previews the NFC playoff picture and […]

The Injury Report with Liberty Mountain Medical Group’s Dr. Ben Ferry

Dr. Ben Ferry joins The Sportsline for a NFL playoff edition of The Injury Report, brought to you by Liberty Mountain Medical Group, to talk significant injuries in the playoffs, including if Patrick Mahomes will be able to play through his high ankle sprain, on why a special tightrope surgery was used to repair Tony […]