Doc Walker and Chuck Culpepper are featured on The Sportsline

On this Tuesday edition of The Sportsline, Washington Redskin great Rick “Doc” Walker joins the show to discuss the head coach opening for the Commanders and look forward to the first weekend of the playoffs, Chuck Culpepper stops by after attending the NCAA national football championship game yesterday for his insight and perspective on Michigan’s […]

Chuck Culpepper recaps college football’s championship, talks future of Jim Harbaugh

Washington Post sports columnist Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to recap last night’s national championship football game, including why the victory by Michigan was more impressive than past title runs by Alabama and Clemson, on the intriguing coach of the Wolverines and potential future of Jim Harbaugh, and the potential a 12-team CFP can have […]

The Sportsline, with Bill Trocchi, Nick Pierce, Brad Spielberger, and Monday Mourning

On this week-starting edition of The Sportsline, Bill Trocchi previews the huge college football national championship game between Washington and Michigan, Nick Pierce breaks down the decision by Kaidon Salter to reverse course and return to Liberty, Brad Spielberger recaps ‘black Monday’ and look ahead to the Wild Card round in the NFL, and Monday […]

The Sportsline, with Brett Friedlander, Gary Gramling, the Historian, and Last Call

On this Friday edition of The Sportsline, Saturday Road’s Brett Friedlander gives his thoughts on how to fix college football and preview the upcoming ACC men’s basketball weekend, Gary Gramling of The Messenger looks forward to a big few days of NFL football, the Historian (Wes May) brings the facts and memories, and Last Call […]

Brett Friedlander proposes fixes to college football, previews ACC hoops weekend

College sports columnist for Saturday Road, Brett Friedlander joins The Sportsline to talk bowl season and ACC men’s basketball, including what the NCAA could do to fix college football’s calendar problem, on why he thinks the ACC is stronger in basketball this season compared to previous years, and why he’s not sure what to think […]

Katie George, Alan York, and Dr. Ben Ferry join The Sportsline

On this Hump Day edition of The Sportsline, ESPN’s Katie George joins the show to recap the CFP semifinals and make her pick for the National Championship game, Alan York of Liberty looks back on an all-time great season for the Flames and what to expect moving forward, and Dr. Ferry of Collaborative Health has […]

Alan York talks Fiesta Bowl experience, LU’s expectations moving forward

Voice of the Liberty Flames, Alan York joins The Sportsline to talk Liberty Football and recap the season, including what the experience was like traveling to Arizona for the Fiesta Bowl, on where making the Fiesta Bowl ranks amongst some of LU’s top athletic accomplishments in program history, and why it’s realistic to think the […]

Katie George talks CFP, Texas-Washington, and her championship prediction

ESPN College Football reporter Katie George joins The Sportsline to recap the CFP semifinals and preview the title game, including her thoughts on the chaotic ending to the Washington-Texas game, on the historic performance from Huskies QB Michael Penix Jr. in that Rose Bowl game, and why being an underdog versus Michigan fits perfectly with […]