David Teel talks UVA, VT, transfer portal, NIL, and more area topics

Richmond Times-Dispatch’s David Teel joins The Sportsline to talk latest in area college athletics, including if he believes Virginia’s basketball program is losing the transfer portal battle so far, on what steps the NCAA and other organizations could do to limit the frequent usage of the transfer portal and NIL, and why 6-6 would be […]

Jerry Ratcliffe, Mike Barber, The Historian and Last Call feature on The Sportsline

On this week-recapping edition of The Sportsline, Jerry Ratcliffe joins the show to discuss another disappointing, early postseason exit by the UVA Cavaliers, this time to Furman, Mike Barber gives his thoughts on the upset loss by the ‘Hoos and why the program is fine as-is, the Historian talks UVA-UMBC and Last Call wraps up […]

Mike Barber says UVA should not change their basketball style of play

Mike Barber joins The Sporsline to talk more on Virginia’s loss to Furman in the NCAA Tournament, including why UVA shouldn’t change their low-pace, slow-tempo style because it has won them “100% of their national championships,” on why Kihie Clark was able to stay and answer every media question, and why a low-post threat could […]

Jerry Ratcliffe is ‘bewildered’ by the Virginia loss to Furman

Veteran Virginia sports writer Jerry Ratcliffe joins The Sportsline to give his thoughts on UVA being upset by Furman in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, including why the Cavaliers underperform almost every year in March, on what the program should do moving forward to help prevent these types of post-season exits from happening […]

The Sportsline, with guests David Glenn and Jordan Veale

On this Three Roads Brewing edition of The Sporstline, Rich and Dennis discuss the disappointment that is Virginia postseason basketball, as they once again get upset in the NCAA Tournament’s first round, Dave Glenn on what he made of UVA’s face-planting loss, and we take listener calls and texts who share there thoughts on the […]

Dave Glenn says UVA’s First Round Tournament loss is permanently on their résumé

Chappelboro.com columnist Dave Glenn joins The Sportsline to talk the Madness of March, including what he thinks of another humiliating Virginia post-season loss in the NCAA Tournament, on how their infamous ending to the season is comparable to UNC’s disastrous season, and what to expect when Duke takes on Oral Roberts. WLNI · Dave Glenn […]

John Feinstein talks Jim Boeheim/Syracuse, ACC tournament, Terry Holland

Award winning author John Feinstein joins The Sportsline to talk latest in the ACC, including what he made of the awkwardness of Syracuse ousting Jim Boeheim, on why Boeheim deserved to go out on his own terms instead of being forced out, and what some of his fondest memories are of the late Virginia head […]

Bobby Stokes says once a Cavalier, always a Cavalier

Former Virginia guard and current Charlottesville doctor Bobby Stokes joins The Sportsline to continue our remembrance of the late Terry Holland, including why their connection went so much further than just basketball, on what it was like to care for Holland in the former coach’s later years, and talked about “The Gentleman’s” competitive fire and […]

Hootie says UVA should play better down the stretch, more on Terry Holland

Jerry “Hootie” Ratcliffe joins The Sportsline to talk about and remember Terry Holland, including what the former Virginia head basketball coach meant to him and his personal life, on the little know sense of humor Holland had, like the times he dressed up in a gorilla suit or as a giant pumpkin, and why current […]

The Sportsline, with segments featuring Ricky Stokes, Gene Wang, and Monday Mourning

On this Monday edition of The Sportsline, former UVA star and current MAC associate commissioner Rick Stokes discusses the passing of his college basketball coach Terry Holland, Gene Wang of the Washington Post on what fans learned from another Virginia loss, this time to UNC, and Monday Mourning returns, as we talks MLB’s new clock, […]