Nate Davis, Mark Fry, and Greg Madia join The Sportsline
On this Three Roads Thursday edition of The Sportsline, USA Today’s Nate Davis joins us to preview the first round of the NFL draft, Homestead Resort’s Director of Golf Mark Fry talks celebrating 100 years and a big announcement with the USGA, and Greg Madia of the Daily Progress talks UVA spring sports and which […]
Greg Madia exclaims there are enough sports in the spring, we cannot move football there too
Charlottesville Daily Progress sports writer Greg Madia joins The Sportsline to talk latest in UVA athletics, including why the Cavaliers seem to always have a lot of success in spring sports, on how the spring football game this year was ‘different’ following last season’s tragedy, and why there’s been so much turnover in the basketball […]
The Sportsline, with guests Mark Garrow and Mark Cannizzaro + MM
On this week opening edition of The Sportsline, PRN’s Mark Garrow joins us to wrap up NASCAR’s race at Talladega that saw Kyle Busch claim victory, Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post breaks down the finalized trade between the Green Bay Packers and New York Jets for Aaron Rodgers, and Monday tradition Monday Mourning […]
Monday Mourning features local college programs, minor league golf, and DC
Key segment Monday Mourning is back on The Sportsline, as we recap the lowlights in the world of sports from the weekend, including the UVA Baseball Cavaliers, fans of the Memphis Grizzlies, an unfortunate cart ride for a minor league golfer, Virginia Tech’s standing in the Commonwealth Cup, and people who are not the living […]
Luke Hancock, Paul Nazigan, and Ian Eagle star on The Sportsline
On this week-starting edition of The Sportsline, ACC Network’s Luke Hancock joins the show to talk NCAA Tournament and his former coach Rick Pitino taking a new job, Liberty’s Paul Nazigan on coming up short against Wisconsin and exiting the NIT, and Ian Eagle gives his overall thoughts on the Madness that we see in […]
March Madness – Monday Mourning has its eye on you!
Monday Mourning is back on The Sportsline, as we look at the lowlights from the weekend, including a lot of mourning from the NCAA Tournament, like a bad showing for Big Ten teams this March, and teams opposite of Virginia baseball on the diamond. WLNI · Monday Mourning talks March Madness, Big Ten hoops, and […]
The Washington Post’s Adam Kilgore joins the Sportsline to talk the Nationals Retiring Ryan Zimmerman’s Jersey.
Adam joins to talk about the Nationals having a first in Zimmerman’s #11 being immortalized in the Nationals Park forever. Kilgore emphasizes the importance of Zimmerman to the Washington Franchise. He also touches on Golf topics and PGA Tour players leaving for LIV Golf. WLNI · Adam Kilgore 06 – 22 – 2022
David Teel joins the Sportsline to talk about the Hokies Super Regional.
David Teel joins the Sportsline to talk about the Hokies deep run to the NCAA Super Regionals. Teel talks about how Coach Szefc is not a one hit wonder and the Hokie faithful should be ready to be back at this point next season. He also explains the ACC Teams in the commonwealth are invested […]
The Sportsline with Special Guests including Jerry Brewer of the Washington Post and Daron Vaught of USA Baseball.
This show features a classic Rich Roth rant but this time about a major corporation to kick off a New Realm Thursday. The guys broke down the NBA Finals with Jerry Brewer of the Washington Post. They also caught up with Daron Vaught on the ACC teams heading into the NCAA Baseball Tournament. WLNI · […]
Daron Vaught of USA Baseball and ACCN+ joins to talk about the NCAA Baseball Tournament.
Daron joins to talk about the heavy favorite in the Tennessee Volunteers program. He talks about how the NCAA Selection Committees continue to screw over the NC State Athletic programs. He also elaborates on how the teams out of Virginia can advance out of their brackets. WLNI · Daron Vaught talks NCAA Baseball