ESPN’s Katie George joins The Sportsline to preview the CFP finale of Georgia vs. Bama

Television personality for ESPN Katie George joins the show to talk Bulldogs and Crimson Tide, including why Georgia is considered a favorite over the team who soundly beat them a month ago, on Bulldogs quarterback Stetson Bennett wanting this rematch versus the Tide, and describes the difference between SEC football and ACC football. WLNI · […]

ESPN analyst Joe Jauch joins The Sportsline to talk Liberty Flames football

Joe Jauch of the Liberty Flames joins us to break down the loss to Louisiana, including why the final score was disappointing, and looks ahead to the next game vs. the Army Black Knights and their tricky triple-option offense + he compares how this season was more of a let-down compared to last season. WLNI […]

ESPN’s Paul Carcaterra joined The Sportsline to preview VT vs. Pitt

ESPN sideline reporter Paul Carcaterra joins The Sportsline to help us preview the Hokies vs. the Panthers, including if Virginia Tech can slow down Kenny Pickett and the Pitt offense, gives his opinion on if the Hokie offense can match Pitt, and explains why the VT run game is key for their chance to win. […]

Ryan McGee joins The Sportsline

ESPN’s Ryan McGee joined the show to recap a crazy past few weeks in college sports including NIL and conference realignment, share what he thinks is the biggest lesson for conferences to learn from Texas and Oklahoma’s decision and how Liberty Football could benefit + the NASCAR intermission and how he feels about gender reveals! […]

Tim Scarborough joins The Sportsline

Former Liberty Flame and current ESPN and Stadium basketball analyst reconnects with D.C. to explain just what The Basketball Tournament is and some of the biggest names in the tournament, his favorite schools to broadcast games for and what impresses him so much about Liberty today. WLNI · Tim Scarborough joins The Sportsline

John Clayton joins The Sportsline

ESPN’s John Clayton joined The Sportsline to talk about what he expects from Aaron Rodgers, the potential fall out from Tom Brady saying he played injured all of last season and who he thinks might be the most over and underrated teams heading into training camp. WLNI · John Clayton joins The Sportsline