Nick Pierce talks Liberty football and Atlanta Braves offseason

Liberty University’s Nick Pierce joins The Sportsline to talk all things Flames football, including his thoughts on LU’s hot start continuing as they remain undefeated into mid-November, on how the team will matchup against in-state program Old Dominion, and how QB Kaidon Salter has become a real threat in both the pass game and run […]

The Sportsline, with Marc Ross, Steve Gardner, and Jeff Motley

On this Hump Day edition of The Sportsline, NFL Network’s Marc Ross drops by the show to give his thoughts on the many teams playing bad football in 2023 and where Kirk Cousins could get traded to, Steve Gardner of USA Today on why the Orioles’ future is bright following their sweep out of the […]

Steve Gardner talks Orioles out, Rangers advance in MLB playoffs

USA Today’s baseball reporter Steve Gardner joins The Sportsline to discuss the MLB playoffs, including what he made of the Orioles getting swept out of the 2023 postseason, on why Phillies star Bryce Harper is ‘must-watch’ in the playoffs, and what could be next for the massively-underperforming New York teams of the Mets and Yankees. […]

Monday Mourning talks NFL and college football + baseball and wrestling

Our signature week-opening segment Monday Mourning is back on The Sportsline, as we discuss a rough sports weekend for many, including the Miami Hurricanes’ late-game blunder, Atlanta Braves being shutout in the MLB playoffs, the Dallas Cowboys, WWE’s creative direction, the NFC East, and the New England Patriots. WLNI · Monday Mourning on The Sportsline, […]

Randy Tomlin talks MLB midway break, LCA baseball

Former MLB pitcher and current LCA baseball coach Randy Tomlin joins The Sportsline to talk baseball’s All-Star festivities, including his thoughts on the matchup between the AL and NL, why his son had him glued to the Home Run Derby, and how the Bulldogs had another great season but came up just short of the […]

Monday Mourning talks baseball, poor wrestling booking, and PGA coverage

Fan favorite segment Monday Mourning is back on The Sportsline, as we go over some of the lowlights from the weekend in sports and entertainment, including recent opponents of the Atlanta Braves, on WWE star LA Knight not winning the Money in the Bank briefcase, on Damian Priest actually winning the MITB contract, and the […]

The Sportsline, with Bob Nightengale, Isaac Simmons, The Historian, and Last Call

On this week-wrapping edition of The Sportsline, USA Today’s Bob Nightengale joins us to talk big stretch of baseball in London, Cincinnati, and the All-Star game, Isaac Simmons of Liberty discusses his experience playing golf at the U.S. Open, the Historian brings his factual archives, and Last Call puts a bow on this show. WLNI […]

Bob Nightengale talks key MLB matchups, upcoming All-Star voting

USA Today’s Bob Nightengale joins The Sportsline to talk key upcoming stretch in Major League Baseball, including a historic series that will see the streaking Cincinnati Reds take on the red hot Atlanta Braves, on which stars we could see get voted to MLB all-star weekend (and which two are already locked in), and on […]

Monday Mourning features MLB, the Bloodline, golf, and LBJ

An unfortunate weekend in sports has concluded, and The Sportsline is here to surmise the worst sports moments from the past few days, including recently release Charlie Culberson of the Braves, the Pittsburgh Pirates and their bus driver, the breakup of the Bloodline, Rickie Fowler’s choke, U.S. Open fans in Los Angeles, and LeBron James’ […]

Monday Mourning feature much misfortune from the weekend

Fun featured segment Monday Mourning is back to it’s regularly scheduled day, as we recap the most unfortunate sporting events from the past weekend, including Braves slugger Marcell Ozuna’s 415-foot single, the state of women’s sports, of fans of the Buffalo Bills and the potential ‘Madden Curse,’ and NASCAR fans in attendance at Gateway speedway. […]