Whit Watson of Golf Channel and NBC’s coverage of PGA joins the show to break down the latest in the world of golf, including why people should be talking more about The Open than LIV Golf, talked fan reaction to Phil Mickelson and if he’ll make the cut this weekend, and why the PGA Tour will never be able to outspend LIV + how much trouble is the PGA in?
On today’s episode of The Sportsline, NY Post’s Mark Cannizzaro talks all things U.S. Open and LIV vs. PGA, Jacob Mast of Poplar Grove joins us to talk more golf and what’s going on at PG Golf Club, and Mark Schofield of The USA Today’s The Touchdown Wire talked NFL offseasons of Deshaun Watson and the Commanders of Washington D.C.
Mark Schofield of The Touchdown Wire joins the show to talk all things professional football as the season is less than three months away, including what to make of more lawsuits against star QB Deshaun Watson, on the current state of Terry McLaurin, Logan Thomas, and the rest of the Red- Commanders, and if Cleveland’s Baker Mayfield could get traded to Carolina for Sam Darnold.
New York Post’s sports columnist Mark Cannizzaro joins the show to talk about the new budding rival LIV Golf League going up against the established PGA Tour, on recent comments from Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka, on if the average fan cares about the new Saudi league and Phil Mickelson’s decision, and previewed The Open by talking how some players got grouped.
The Sportsline with Special Guests including David Teel; Washington Post’s Ben Golliver; CBS Sports’ Patrick McDonald; Plus Monday Mourning.
No DC but Larry Legend returns to the Co-host seat across from Rich. Rich actively tries to conform Larry to not liking the MFER after his most recent comments. They talk all things Hokies’ Baseball after 2 Super Regional Collapses in Blacksburg with David Teel. Ben Golliver gives insight to the NBA Finals ahead of Game 5 in San Francisco. Patrick McDonald also weighs in on Phil’s most recent comments and gives his prediction to the US Open. Plus the guys mourn a few different subjects.
The Guys mourn a variety of topics including 2 college baseball programs, a fan at the LIV Tour, and those who weren’t fortunate enough to hear Larry and Rich back in the day.
Patrick McDonald joins the show to talk about Phil’s most recent comments defending his decision to join the LIV Tour. McDonald talks about how he thinks the fans’ reaction will be different than what the media’s has been. He also gives his prediction from the US Open and what it meant to see Rory win this past weekend.
Ben Golliver author of “Bubbleball: Inside the NBA’s Fight to Save a Season” joins the show to talk about what we have learned from both teams this series ahead of Game 5. Golliver touches on how there has been no consistent performer for either team other than Steph Curry. He also talks about how this series will come down to what happens in the final quarter of play and having a player to rise to the moment.
David Teel joins the Sportsline to talk about the Hokies deep run to the NCAA Super Regionals. Teel talks about how Coach Szefc is not a one hit wonder and the Hokie faithful should be ready to be back at this point next season. He also explains the ACC Teams in the commonwealth are invested in baseball and the growth of their program.
The Sportsline including Special Guests including Daron Vaught of the ACCN, Kenny Rice of NBC Sports, The Historian + Last Call.
The week comes to a close with a lot of fun recapping the Hokies being defeated by the Sooners. Daron Vaught joins to talk about what he’s expecting from the ACC teams and others teams in the Super Regional action. Kenny Rice breaks down the Belmont Stakes. The Historian gives us his weekly lesson. Plus, Last Call brought to you by New Realm Brewing.