The Sportsline, featuring interviews with Mike Burnop, Greg Madia, and Nick Pierce

On this Crosswhite Athletic Club Thursday edition of The Sportsline, Virginia Tech’s Mike Burnop drops by to talk hype and big expectations for the Hokies football program in 2024, Greg Madia chimes in on the rebuild for Virginia football and the QB battle between Anthony Colandrea and Tony Muskett, and Nick Pierce discusses whether or […]

Greg Madia recaps the UVA baseball season, looks ahead to Virginia football in 2024

Virginia Cavaliers writer for the Charlottesville Daily Progress, Greg Madia joins The Sportsline to recap the UVA baseball season and look ahead to the 2024 football season, including his College World Series summary for Virginia baseball after being eliminated early from OMAHA, on how much added pressure there is on UVA’s rebuild after the rapid […]

Mark Cannizzaro, David Teel, and Monday Mourning are featured on The Sportsline

On this week-beginning edition of The Sportsline, Mark Cannizzaro of the NY Post joins us after his excited weekend in Pinehurst covering the U.S. Open to talk Rory’s collapse and Bryson’s win, David Teel of the RTD recaps UVA’s elimination from the College World Series and talks ever changing landscape of the NCAA, and Monday […]

Greg Madia talks Virginia baseball in the 2024 College World Series, matchup with UNC

Writer for the Charlottesville Daily Progress, Greg Madia joins The Sportsline live from Omaha to talk College World Series and breaking news around the University of Virginia, including his thoughts on basketball’s Tony Bennett and baseball’s Brian O’Connor signing contract extensions, on how important CWS experience is at this point in the tournament, and what […]

David Glenn talks 2024 U.S. Open at Pinehurst and College World Series in Omaha

North Carolina Sports Network’s and Chapelboro.com’s Dave Glenn joins The Sportsline from Pinehurst, NC to talk round one of the U.S. Open and ACC baseball, including how extreme heat and nasty natural areas are negatively impacting the world’s best golfers, on if Virginia baseball will be able to handle the “best pitching ACC team” in […]