The Sportsline with Jay Busbee, Chuck Culpepper, and Dr. Despins

On this hump-a-licious edition of The Sportsline, Yahoo Sports writer Jay Busbee joins to discuss men’s vs. women’s basketball and his thoughts on the NCAA Tournament, Chuck Culpepper stops by of the Washington Post to talk more March Madness and his thoughts on UVA’s 2019 title run, and Dr. Stephen Despins of Liberty Mountain Medical […]

Chuck Culpepper says UVA’s 2019 title run was ‘bizarre’

Washington Post sports writer Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to talk the latest from the NCAA Tournament, including what it mean’s for the ACC that it has only one team left in March Madness – Miami, on why we’re seeing more higher seeded teams upset favorites in the ‘big dance,’ and why he wouldn’t be […]

Jay Busbee talks Tournament hoops and Tiger drama

Yahoo Sports columnist Jay Busbee joins The Sportsline to talk latest storylines in the world of sports, including his thoughts on Alabama and Miami still being alive in the NCAA Tournament, shares his thoughts on Virginia and another early post-season exit for the program, and the latest on Tiger Woods and the drama with his […]

Dan Bonner talks upsets and what to expect in the NCAA Tournament

Turner Sports analyst and former Virginia player Dan Bonner joins The Sportsline to discuss the NCAA Tournament, including his thoughts on the large amount of upsets (including the UVA-Furman game), on if the Fairleigh Dickinson upset over Purdue is bigger than the UMBC upset over Virginia, and what to expect in the West region when […]

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 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 […]

Gary Hess says UVA could go to the Final Four, or lose first round to Furman

WRVA anchor and Audacy Richmond director Gary Hess joins The Sportsline to break down bracket matchups and talk NCAA tournament, including why this year’s post-season is much more wide open than usual, on Virginia’s inconsistencies muddying their path to Houston’s Final Four, and why the clock is ticking on number one overall seed Alabama. WLNI […]