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Mark Schofield talks shocking draft riser, QB uncertainty as the NFL offseason unfolds

NFL reporter for SB Nation, Mark Schofield joins The Sportsline to talk biggest developments in the NFL offseason, including why the rapid rise in the draft stock of quarterback J.J. McCarthy leading up to the combine, on what the Chicago Bears may end up doing with QB Justin Fields, and which franchise tag candidates we could see get extended a offer or reach free agency.

Dan Bonner talks ACC hoops outlook for March, remembers being recruited by Lefty Driesell

ACC Network analyst and former college basketball player, Dan Bonner joins The Sportsline to update listeners on this season’s NCAA tournament outlook, including why Duke and North Carolina are the only guaranteed locks into March Madness from the ACC thus far, on why Virginia doesn’t match up well with the Tar Heels this weekend, and what he remembers from Lefty Driesell recruiting him as a player.

Lo Davis talks NIL at UVA, impact of Cav Futures, future of ‘pay for play’

Executive Director of Cavalier Futures, Lo Davis joins The Sportsline to discuss the current state of NIL in college athletics and at Virginia, including how schools like UVA can compete with top-dollar schools who spend big in Name-Image-Likeness, on what his role at Cavalier Futures entails and why Virginia started their NIL collective, and what he could see for the future of NIL in the NCAA.

The Injury Report with Dr. Ben Ferry of Collaborative Health Partners

Dr. Ferry of Collaborative Health joins The Sportsline for another edition of the Injury Report, including how back spasms and illness led to Tiger Woods withdrawing from the Genesis Invitational, and why 76ers star Joel Embiid’s knee injury and surgery isn’t season ending, but could lead to some long-term problems + he weighs in on the Justin Fields/Chicago Bears trade rumors.

John Feinstein talks Lefty Driesell memories, proposals to fix college sports

Award winning author and sports columnist, John Feinstein joins The Sportsline to discuss college sports top headlines, including what stories he has to share from knowing the late, great Lefty Driesell, on what he would recommend to fix college athletics and get the NCAA back on track, and why UVA basketball fans should calm down regarding their stance on Tony Bennett + a sneak peak of his upcoming book.

Doug Rice recaps his first in-person Daytona 500, breaks down William Byron’s victory

Performance Racing Network’s Doug Rice joins The Sportsline to recap the biggest race of the year – the Daytona 500, including what it was like to be on the call for the ‘Great American Race’ for the first time ever, on Liberty University’s William Byron winning the race and the significance of the win for Hendrick Motorsports, and what he’s looking forward to next weekend at Atlanta and the rest of the 2024 season.

Doug Smith reveals decision to retire, wanting to stay connected to Appo County

Appomattox County head football coach Doug Smith joins The Sportsline to discuss his choice to retire, including what went into the decision for him to step down from coaching the Raiders varsity football program, on why he’s planning on staying near the team and staying connected to the Appomattox community, and what it’s meant to him to have his players support during these times + how his faith has helped him through these trying times.

David Teel talks shocking UVA-VT result, bubble teams fighting for NCAA tourney births

Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist David Teel joins The Sportsline to break down recent ACC basketball storylines, including what we learned about Virginia after their disastrous showing against Virginia Tech, on what ACC conference officials would be thrilled about getting 5 teams into the NCAA tournament this season, and what he remembers of the late Lefty Driesell after his passing.

Alejandro Avila talks NBA All-Star, 2nd half of the basketball season

OutKick basketball writer Alejandro Avila joins The Sportsline to break down the latest news and storylines from the NBA, including his take on the players once again showing no competitive effort in the All-Star game, on Doc Rivers getting hired to take over the Milwaukee Bucks mid-season and why it hasn’t been going well, and why he thinks the Nuggets are likely to repeat as world champions.

Monday Mourning featuring the NBA, Rick Pitino, race fans, and UVA’s free throw shooting

Staple weekly segment on The Sportsline, Monday Mourning is back as we recap the weekend in sports the only way we know how – with humor and sarcasm – as we take another look back on lowlights from Saturday and Sunday, including the NBA All-Star game, St. John’s head basketball coach Rick Pitino, NASCAR fans who attend races, and UVA’s free throw shooting difficulties.