Chuck Culpepper, Nate Davis, Dr. Ferry, and Greg Madia join The Sportsline

On this Wednesday edition of The Sportsline, Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post joins us to talk his top college football headlines leading into week two, Nate Davis of USA Today previews the opening week slate of NFL action, Dr. Ben Ferry of Collaborative Health Partners has the latest on injured players, and Greg Madia […]

Chuck Culpepper talks college football stories, Deion Sanders, and Duke’s upset

Washington Post sports columnist Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to talk college football, including his thoughts on Deion Sanders interaction with the media following their upset win over TCU, on why the matchup this week for Colorado vs. Matt Rhule and Nebraska is a clash of personalities, and why it’s nearly unexplainable the Duke was […]

Chuck Culpepper, Mitch Light, The Historian, and Last Call feature on The Sportsline

Washington Post sports writer Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to break down day two of the U.S. Open from LA and discuss Rickie Fowler’s great start, Mitch Light of The Athletic breaks down Virginia in the College World Series and looks ahead to football season, The Historian talks cooking cats and tampons, and Last Call […]

Chuck Culpepper talks U.S. Open, Rickie Fowler fast start, PGA-LIV merger

Washington Post’s Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to talk golf and the U.S. Open, including how special it would be if Rickie Fowler could finally get that elusive 1st career major, on Los Angeles Country Club playing much easier than expected, and how a great tournament so far has allowed the PGA-LIV merger storyline to […]

The Sportsline, featuring Jim Larrañaga, Chuck Culpepper, and Monday Mourning

On the return edition of Dennis Carter being back on The Sportsline, former UVA assistant and current Miami head basketball coach Jim Larrañaga joins us to talk the Terry Holland tribute in Charlottesville and recent success of the Hurricanes, Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post recaps a newsworthy weekend in horseracing, and Monday Mourning is back, […]

Chuck Culpepper talks difficult time in horse racing, Derby winner Mage

The Washington Post’s Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to talk busy weekend for thoroughbred racing, including the darkness of horse fatalities that surrounded the big weekend, on if the future of horse racing could be in jeopardy due to the changing ways of society, and what he made of Mage winning the Kentucky Derby and […]

Last Call, featuring Peter Jacobsen, Rob Demovsky, Chuck Culpepper, and more

On the first edition of Last Call in April, we listen to the best sounds and potentially out-of-context quotes from this week on The Sportsline, with bites from Golf Channel’s Peter Jacobsen, ESPN’s Rob Demovsky, Washington Post writer Chuck Culpepper, hosts RR and DC + more! WLNI · Last Call on The Sportsline, featuring Peter […]

Whit Watson, Chuck Culpepper, and Rob Demovsky join The Sportsline

On this Crosswhite Tuesday on The Sportsline, Golf Channel’s Whit Watson previews the Masters tournament, Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post recaps the men’s national championship game that UConn dominated, and ESPN’s Rob Demovsky on the latest in the Packers offseason and what’s the hold up between Green Bay and New York in the Aaron […]

Chuck Culpepper says UConn considers themselves blue collar, not blue blood

Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post joins The Sportsline to recap the men’s national championship game, including what he made of the utter dominance from UConn in this year’s tournament, on if after the Huskies won their fifth championship, they can now be considered a true ‘blue blood,’ and how the transfer portal and NIL […]

The Sportsline with Jay Busbee, Chuck Culpepper, and Dr. Despins

On this hump-a-licious edition of The Sportsline, Yahoo Sports writer Jay Busbee joins to discuss men’s vs. women’s basketball and his thoughts on the NCAA Tournament, Chuck Culpepper stops by of the Washington Post to talk more March Madness and his thoughts on UVA’s 2019 title run, and Dr. Stephen Despins of Liberty Mountain Medical […]