Frank the Caddie makes his long-awaited return to The Sportsline

Long-time Sportsline personality, Frank the Caddie joins the show to discuss his career in a fun conversation, including how he became a Caddie during his time working at Pinehurst, on being a Caddie for many famous celebrities like Jimmy Buffett in North Carolina and Colorado, and he remembers the one time he was tipped a […]

The Sportsline, with Bob Harig, memory lane surprises, The Historian, and Last Call

On this Friday edition of The Sportsline, golf writer for Sports Illustrated, Bob Harig joins us to talk the latest drama surrounding Phil “FIGJAM” Mickelson, later two former producers of the show call in for our Memory Lane segment, Wes May brings the archives in-studio, and Last Call takes us home. WLNI · The Sportsline […]

Bob Harig talks Phil Mickelson drama and his latest gambling issues

Sports Illustrated golf writer Bob Harig joins The Sportsline to talk top headlines in golf, including his thoughts on Phil Mickelson’s alleged wager on the 2012 Ryder Cup, on what could be next surrounding this new drama, and which events led to the downfall of Mickelson in the public eye of golf fans + how […]

Bob Glauber, Dave Glenn, and Mark Fry star on The Sportsline

On this Three Roads Brewing edition of The Sportsline, retired but still working football writer Bob Glauber joins us to talk upcoming season for the Jets and Giants, Dave Glenn stops by to break down more conference realignment and starting the NC Sports Network, and Mark Fry of The Homestead returns to Locally on the […]

Locally on the Links with Mark Fry

Homestead Resort’s Mark Fry joins Beacon Credit Union’s Locally on the Links to talk top golf headlines in the commonwealth and across the country, including why they are still looking forward to their upcoming USGA events, on Phil Mickelson’s alleged gambling addiction costing him nearly one billion dollars, and what to look forward to in […]

Mark Cannizzaro, Bill Bender, and Monday Mourning feature on The Sportsline

Monday on The Sportsline, New York Post columnist Mark Cannizzaro joins us to talk PGA-LIV merger and Phil Mickelson allegations, Bill Bender of the Sporting News on the upcoming 2023 college football season, and Monday Mourning briefly recaps head-shaking moments from the weekend in sports + a special guest host joins us in-studio. WLNI · […]

Mark Cannizzaro talks merger, FIGJAM, and lost money

New York Post’s Mark Cannizzaro joins The Sportsline to talk latest in the world of golf, including why there hasn’t been any developments on the merger between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf, on if he has any insight on recent away-from-golf allegations on Phil Mickelson, and how the Tour may try to financially make […]

The Sportsline Historian talks birthdays, anniversaries, and historical moments

Wes May, our great Sportsline Historian, joins the show to talk keys dates in his archives, including a birthday for ESPN personality Suzy Kolber, on a wedding anniversary for a former co-host, and why Wes “doesn’t condone human rights violations.” WLNI · The Historian talks birthdays, anniversaries, and more fun dates

The Sportsline, with local stars Vinny Giles and Clay Campbell + Monday Mourning

On this Monday edition of The Sportsline, we recap an eventful Masters tournament with amateur golfing legend Vinny Giles, then a preview of the NASCAR weekend at the paperclip is brought to you by Clay Campbell, the president of Martinsville Speedway, and Monday Mourning returns as well and sees everyone poking fun at lowlights from […]

The Historian talks hires, nicknames, and Easter weekend

Wes May, our terrific Sportsline Historian, made his weekly cameo once again, bringing to our attention factual events that have happened in reference to our show and to sports society, including when Seth Greenberg got hired at Virginia Tech, when the nickname FIGJAM was discovered on our show, the time Rich actually went to church, […]