The Sportsline, with Bob Nightengale, Isaac Simmons, The Historian, and Last Call

On this week-wrapping edition of The Sportsline, USA Today’s Bob Nightengale joins us to talk big stretch of baseball in London, Cincinnati, and the All-Star game, Isaac Simmons of Liberty discusses his experience playing golf at the U.S. Open, the Historian brings his factual archives, and Last Call puts a bow on this show. WLNI […]

Isaac Simmons of Liberty University talks experience playing in U.S. Open

Liberty University men’s golfer Isaac Simmons joins The Sportsline to talk playing at the U.S. Open, including what it was like playing with PGA Tour regulars out at Los Angeles Country Club, on what will be next for him and his golf career, and what it was like to meet and practice with golf star […]

Shane Ryan recaps the U.S. Open, talks merger and Traveler’s Championship

Golf Digest’s Shane Ryan joins The Sportsline to talk biggest headlines in golf following the 3rd major, including what his top takeaways are from this past weekend’s U.S. Open from LACC, on what he makes of the mystery behind the lack of details around the PGA Tour – LIV Golf merger, and if we could […]

The Sportsline, with Hall of Famer David Teel and signature segment Monday Mourning

On this first show of a brand new week, The Sportsline welcomes Hall of Fame columnist David Teel to discuss UVA baseball’s early exit from Omaha and what hoops fans can expect in this coming season’s inaugural ACC/SEC challenge, Monday Mourning features Major League Baseball, wrestling, golf and more, and we recap last weekend’s U.S. […]

Monday Mourning features MLB, the Bloodline, golf, and LBJ

An unfortunate weekend in sports has concluded, and The Sportsline is here to surmise the worst sports moments from the past few days, including recently release Charlie Culberson of the Braves, the Pittsburgh Pirates and their bus driver, the breakup of the Bloodline, Rickie Fowler’s choke, U.S. Open fans in Los Angeles, and LeBron James’ […]

Chuck Culpepper, Mitch Light, The Historian, and Last Call feature on The Sportsline

Washington Post sports writer Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to break down day two of the U.S. Open from LA and discuss Rickie Fowler’s great start, Mitch Light of The Athletic breaks down Virginia in the College World Series and looks ahead to football season, The Historian talks cooking cats and tampons, and Last Call […]

Chuck Culpepper talks U.S. Open, Rickie Fowler fast start, PGA-LIV merger

Washington Post’s Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to talk golf and the U.S. Open, including how special it would be if Rickie Fowler could finally get that elusive 1st career major, on Los Angeles Country Club playing much easier than expected, and how a great tournament so far has allowed the PGA-LIV merger storyline to […]

Locally on the Links with Marty Chandler

Marty Chandler of London Downs joins Beacon Credit Union’s Locally on the Links to talk golf’s 3rd major championship, including his thoughts on day one of the U.S. Open as play wraps up, on Liberty University golfer Isaac Simmons competing in his very 1st career major, and if anyone will be able to catch up […]

The Sportsline, with guests Whit Watson, Dr. Ben Ferry, and Jerry Ratcliffe

On this Wednesday edition of The Sportsline, Golf Channel’s Whit Watson joins the show to recap the Canadian Open, preview the U.S. Open, and give his thoughts on the sudden PGA-LIV merger, Dr. Ben Ferry of Liberty Mountain Medical Group drops by in-studio for another edition of the Injury Report, and new Hall of Famer […]

Whit Watson give his merger thoughts, previews LA’s U.S. Open

Golf Channel’s Whit Watson joins The Sportsline to talk about the last week plus of news in the golf world, including his insight on the proposed PGA Tour – LIV Golf merger, what type of playing conditions we can expect from the revamped Los Angeles Country Club, and how he expects to perform well in […]