Joe Theismann and Brendan Marks join The Sportsline

On this Ben Crosswhite sponsored edition of The Sportsline, Washington Redskin legend Joe Theismann joins us to talk NFL offseason thus far and what the Commanders need in the draft, Brendan Marks of The Athletic looks ahead to the futures of the Duke and UNC basketball programs and why the ACC underperformed again last season, […]

Brendan Marks talks ACC hoops, offseason for UNC, Duke

The Athletic’s Brendan Marks joins The Sportsline to recap and look ahead to the ACC basketball season, including which factors led to the huge underperformance from the North Carolina Tar Heels this past basketball season, on how Duke’s offseason has been quieter than expected with many key players returning, and what the careers of coaches […]

The Historian talks big anniversaries and significant sports moments

Wes May, are terrific Sportsline Historian, joins the show once again to relive the best moments in sports and anniversary dates from our show, including the historic WrestleMania main event between The Rock and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, on George Mason’s 2006 run to the Final Four, and the recent retirement of UNC’s coach Roy […]

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

David Teel and Chuck Culpepper join this edition of The Sportsline

Richmond Times-Dispatch hall of famer David Teel joins The Sportsline to talk his takeaways from the ACC tournament and his thoughts on the March Madness brackets, the Washington Post’s Chuck Culpepper on ACC teams in the ‘big dance’ and why Duke can, and should, make a run to the Final Four, and Monday Mourning returns […]

Chuck Culpepper says it wouldn’t surprise him if this ACC team makes the Final Four

Washington Post writer Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to discuss March’s biggest sports attraction – the NCAA Tournament, including his thoughts on the UNC Tar Heels declining their invitation to the NIT, on why he expects Duke to be the best ACC team during March Madness, and why this college season was overall messy, confusing, […]

Brett Friedlander says Duke is playing the best ball, UVA should beat Clemson

Saturday Road columnist Brett Friedlander joins The Sportsline to talk ACC tournament, including why Duke is playing the best basketball of the teams remaining in the tourney, on if people are beginning to overlook the Virginia Cavaliers, and makes his picks for the semi-finals and who will take home the ACC crown. WLNI · Brett […]

Dave Glenn says UVA will be hurt by Vander Plas injury news

Lawyer, Professor, Columnist, and friend Dave Glenn joins The Sportsline to discuss the ACC tournament and NCAA bubble, including why despite the blowout loss to Duke, Pitt should still be in the ‘big dance,’ on why North Carolina is not anywhere close to being a lock for the NCAA tournament, and gives his take on […]

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 […]

Mike Barber says it could be Duke-UNC III for the ACC tourney finale

Richmond Times-Dispatch writer Mike Barber joins us live from Greensboro for his latest updates on the ACC tournament, including what he saw from Virginia Tech in their victory over Notre Dame and what to expect when they face NC State, on how far he could see Virginia making it, and on what teams could help […]