The Sportsline, with Dave Glenn, Dr. Ben Ferry, Billy Hahn, and Doug Smith

On this Wednesday edition of The Sportsline, Dave Glenn joins us to talk ACC media days, particularly Virginia and Virginia Tech, Dr. Ben Ferry of CHP does the most recent edition of the Injury Report, executive director of the VHSL Billy Hahn on recent controversies surrounding the league, and Appomattox Raiders head football coach Doug […]

VHSL executive director Billy Hahn talks recent news and controversies

Billy Hahn of the Virginia High School League joins The Sportsline to discuss recent controversial topics and points of contention within the VHSL, including the recent approval and implementation of NIL in Virginia, on LCA being allowed in the public school league, on Liberty High being allowed to change class but not districts, John Marshall’s […]

Ritchie McKay talks summer hoops, tourney expansion, and NIL

Liberty men’s basketball head coach Ritchie McKay joins The Sportsline in-studio to talk Flames basketball, college hoops, and his career, including why expanding the 68-field NCAA Tournament would be an improvement, on how the program recovers from losing Darius McGhee to the professional level, and how the job has become more challenging with the implementation […]

Doc Walker opines on the Commanders, state of collegiate athletics

Washington Redskins legend Rick “Doc” Walker joins The Sportsline to discuss the upcoming season for the Commanders, including how everyone is waiting for an official answer to the ownership question, on why he says more pressure is on the defense rather than new QB Sam Howell, and that new OC Eric Bieniemy is “a major […]

Bill Bender talks 2023 college football season, national and local storylines

The Sporting News’ Bill Bender joins The Sportsline to talk upcoming college football season, including why Deion Sanders and Colorado is an interesting case to watch for 2023, on how NIL and the Transfer portal has shaken up college football, and if anyone will be able to knock off Georgia + how that affects SEC […]

Brett Friedlander talks VT elusive title, UVA falling to Duke in baseball’s Brett Friedlander joins The Sportsline to talk latest in college sports and the NCAA baseball tournament, including what could be Virginia Tech’s next best shot at that elusive team national championship, on how the Duke Blue Devils were able to defeat Virginia on the diamond in game one, and what sets fellow ACC team […]

David Teel gives insight to the ACC spring meetings

Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist David Teel joined The Sportsline to talk developments at the ACC’s spring meetings, including why some schools are looking to potentially break out of the conference before the end of the current TV rights deal, on how football and basketball make up practically all of the ACC’s revenue, and which non-money topics […]

Paul Carcaterra, Ben Golliver, and Monday Mourning are featured on The Sportsline

Monday, ESPN analyst Paul Carcaterra joins The Sportsline to talk NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament and how UVA’s potential path to the finale is shaping up, Ben Golliver of the Washington Post breaks down the NBA’s conference finals and what the league may do with star Ja Morant, and Monday Mourning is back, featuring low moments […]

Monday Mourning features Ja Morant, NIL spreading, LIV Golf and more

Week opening fun segment, Monday Mourning is here once again on The Sportsline, reviewing the lowest moments in the world of sports from the weekend, including fans of the Memphis Grizzlies, NIL dipping into high school sports, and the CW network cutting away from LIV golf coverage + why does somebody not mourn? WLNI · […]