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Jay Busbee talks U.S. Open from Pinehurst, Scottie Scheffler, Tiger Woods + NASCAR too

Yahoo Sports columnist Jay Busbee joins The Sportsline to talk golf and more, including how Scottie Scheffler’s resiliency and mental makeup led to another victory (this time at the Memorial), on what fans can expect in 2024 at Pinehurst for the U.S. Open, and if Tiger Woods can bounce back from his last major tournament and find more success in N.C. + why his 2nd half NASCAR storyline to watch is Denny Hamlin.

The Historian recaps major tennis duel and DC’s bad impression, and Last Call ends the week

The Sportsline Historian, Wes May, brings his archives to the microphone once again to discuss the Judgement Day tennis matchup between Rich and Larry + Dennis impersonating Stephen A. Smith, and Last Call recaps an epic week in style, with audio clips both in and out of context, featuring Lucas Jones, Faber Jamerson, and your hosts RR and DC as well.

Ben Cates talks area high school state championship possibilities for LCA and JF

News & Advance high school sports reporter Ben Cates joins The Sportsline live from assignment to break down a successful day for area teams, including how LCA baseball, JF softball, and JF soccer all picked up wins to advance to state championship games, on what fans can expect for these three teams in their respective Saturday matchups, and why it’s like we see multiple state championship trophies coming their way to our area.

Mike Barber talks ACC baseball, UVA football, and more news in the commonwealth

Richmond Times-Dispatch writer Mike Barber joins The Sportsline to talk latest news in the commonwealth, including how the new football facility at Virginia will also help other Cavalier sports programs, on the broadcast booth shakeup that will see Tony Covington on the way out, and what he’s expecting when UVA baseball hosts Kansas State in the Super Regionals this weekend.

Randy Tomlin talks LCA baseball’s postseason run, Pittsburgh Pirates rookie phenom, and more

Head baseball coach for the LCA Bulldogs, and former MLB pitcher Randy Tomlin joins The Sportsline to talk current playoff run for Liberty Christian, including what unique happenstances led to their last-second victory to advance in the postseason, on the type of history the Bulldogs have with their next opponent Lafayette, and how remarkable it is to still be undefeated (23-0) at this point in the baseball season.

Mark Schofield talks NFL offseason, Logan Thomas, resetting the WR market, and more

SB Nation’s Mark Schofield joins The Sportsline to provide updates on the NFL’s offseason, including if he could see the San Francisco 49ers using more two tight end formations with the addition of Logan Thomas, on how receiver Justin Jefferson’s contract extension with the Vikings impacts the rest of the WR market, and why we’re “at the 50 yard line” of an implementation of an 18 game regular season schedule.

Dan Wolken talks possible Dan Hurley-Lakers pairing, Caitlin Clark, and the French Open

USA Today columnist Dan Wolken joins The Sportsline to discuss a wide variety of news and rumors in sports, including his take on the rumblings that the Los Angeles Lakers are preparing a substantial offer to UConn men’s basketball coach Dan Hurley, on his perspective of the Caitlin Clark drama unfolding in the WNBA, and who he’s got winning the men’s and women’s tennis French Open after a changing of the guard in the sport.

Student Athlete Spotlight presented by Play It Again Sports: Liberty Christian’s J.C. Gordon

Play It Again Sports presents our newest Student Athlete Spotlight, as WLNI’s Dennis Carter is joined by LCA senior men’s swimmer J.C. Gordon, as they discuss a successful season and high school career for the Bulldogs, what clubs and activities he likes to partake in away from the pool, and why he’s got his sights set on the Olympics as a major goal for his future.

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

Dr. Ferry of Collaborative Health joins The Sportsline for the Injury Report to talk key injuries in the world of sports with big events on the horizon, including if Novak Djokovic’s status for Wimbledon is in jeopardy after suffering a meniscus injury at the French Open, and what to expect from Boston Celtics big-man Kristaps Porzingis as he returns from a calf injury for the NBA Finals.

Locally on the Links with Faber Jamerson

Falling River Country Club’s Faber Jamerson joins Kidd’s Service’s Locally on the Links on The Sportsline to talk golf here at home and nationally, including why this is one of their busiest seasons on record in Appomattox, on the upcoming U.S. Open at Pinehurst and what challenges golfers may face, and if Rory McIlroy’s game translates well to expected Open conditions down in North Carolina.