David Teel, Debbie Antonelli, and Monday Mourning are featured on The Sportsline

On this Monday edition of The Sportsline, the tradition continues as David Teel of the Richmond Times-Dispatch joins us right before the men’s national basketball championship to break down the matchup between Purdue and UConn, Debbie Antonelli of ESPN stops by to recap an impactful postseason for the women’s game, and Monday Mourning touches on […]

The Sportsline, with Bill Bender, Brett Friedlander, the Historian, and Last Call

On this Friday edition of The Sportsline, Bill Bender joins us live from the women’s Final Four to give his take on the biggest storylines for the guys and gals heading into championship weekend, Brett Friedlander calls in from the site of the men’s Final Four to talk NC State’s current win streak, the Historian […]

Dave Glenn, Ryan Fowler, and Alex Hayden join The Sportsline

On this Crosswhite Athletic Club Thursday edition of The Sportsline, NC Sports Network’s David Glenn joins us to talk North Carolina State in the men’s and women’s Final Four + if Kevin Keatts would’ve been fired if not for their current run, Ryan Fowler breaks down the NFL offseason and the Stefon Diggs Trade, and […]

The Sportsline, with special guests Jordan Reid and Roy Roberson

On this Hump Day edition of The Sportsline, ESPN’s NFL draft and college football insider Jordan Reid joins us to discuss the big news of the day that sees Bills WR Stefon Diggs traded to the Texans + his projections for the 2024 amateur draft, former E.C. Glass and N.C. State coach Roy Roberson talks […]

Roy Roberson talks Wolfpack turnaround, his time in Lynchburg at EC Glass

Former E.C. Glass head coach and N.C. State assistant, Roy Roberson joins The Sportsline to talk his career and the Wolfpack, including what’s the biggest differences (on the court) between the high school and college game, on why NCSU guard Casey Morsell has impressed with his development, and what led to the vastly improved play […]

Dan Zaksheske, Clay Campbell, and Erick Smith appear on The Sportsline

On this Tuesday edition of The Sportsline, OutKick writer Dan Zaksheske joins us to break down the results, and the national anthem no-show, during the Iowa-LSU women’s hoops game, Clay Campbell of Martinsville Speedway previews another big NASCAR weekend at the Paperclip, and Erick Smith looks ahead to the men’s NCAA Final Four. WLNI · […]

Monday Mourning, featuring wrong distance 3-point lines, Martin Truex Jr., Duke and more

Weekend ending segment – wrapping up Saturday and Sunday in sports – Monday Mourning is back on The Sportsline, as we bring athletic lowlights to the table for others amusement, including the NCAA’s mishap on a 3-point arch in the women’s tournament, Martin Truex Jr.’s unfortunate Richmond finish, Duke head basketball coach Jon Scheyer, a […]

Steve Wiseman talks NCAA Tournament, Duke-NC State, and the Final Four

Raleigh News & Observer’s Steve Wiseman joins The Sportsline to give his thoughts on the Duke-NC State Elite Eight results, including his perspective on college basketball in the state of North Carolina and why Duke now ranks as 3rd-best, on why the Wolfpack can thank UVA and their ACC Tournament matchup for sparking their current […]

Gary Hess talks men’s and women’s hoops, Caitlin Clark, DJ Burns, and more

WRVA’s Gary Hess joins The Sportsline to give his thought on the nearing ends of the season for men’s and women’s collegiate basketball, including his thoughts on NC State and the current run they are on, on the big women’s game featuring LSU taking on Iowa and Caitlin Clark, and if the size and footwork […]