Brent Pry talks ODU opener, season preview for Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech head football coach Brent Pry joins The Sportsline to discuss the state of the program and preview the upcoming season, including why they are not trying to get ‘payback’ versus Old Dominion in the opener, on how Grant Wells was able to win the starting QB job, and how he’s evolved as the […]

The Sportsline, with Dave Glenn, Dr. Ben Ferry, Billy Hahn, and Doug Smith

On this Wednesday edition of The Sportsline, Dave Glenn joins us to talk ACC media days, particularly Virginia and Virginia Tech, Dr. Ben Ferry of CHP does the most recent edition of the Injury Report, executive director of the VHSL Billy Hahn on recent controversies surrounding the league, and Appomattox Raiders head football coach Doug […]

Dave Glenn talks new project and ACC media days

Long-time friend of The Sportsline, Dave Glenn joins us once again to talk the latest going on in the Atlantic Coast Conference, including his brand new network covering sports in his area, and what stood out to him the most from day two participants in media days, including from the programs of Tech and UVA. […]

Brett Friedlander talks VT elusive title, UVA falling to Duke in baseball’s Brett Friedlander joins The Sportsline to talk latest in college sports and the NCAA baseball tournament, including what could be Virginia Tech’s next best shot at that elusive team national championship, on how the Duke Blue Devils were able to defeat Virginia on the diamond in game one, and what sets fellow ACC team […]

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 […]

Damien Sordelett talks Liberty in the ASUN Tourney, new job on the horizon

News and Advance’s Damien Sordelett joins The Sportsline to talk Liberty Flames post-season basketball, including what Lynchburg fans can expect when the Flames host Bellarmine in the ASUN Tournament, on why Liberty wants another crack at Kennesaw State after a loss earlier in the season, and what it’s like for him as his time covering […]

Gary Hess joins the Sportsline to talk Football.

The Bleep Was Ready but we didn’t need it! Gary Hess breaks down what teams are standing out in the VHSL near the Richmond District and Rich Loves the Children’s football talk. Plus, how Tech and UVA both need to turn the corner and the best team in the state resides in Lynchburg. WLNI · […]

Virginia Sports Hall of Fame Writer David Teel joins the Sportsline.

David Teel of the Richmond Times Dispatch joins the Sportsline to talk about what is going on with the teams in the commonwealth. Teel mentions how the key to both flagship universities is patience, coaching and winning the recruiting battle in the state. Teel also talks about how not having JMU in a bowl game […]

Yahoo! Sports’ Jay Busbee says the ACC must be proactive during realignment

Jay Busbee, sports reporter for Yahoo! Sports, joins The Sportsline to talk college football realignment, including where things currently stand in the process, why the Atlantic Coast Conference needs to be working ahead on their next move to stay competitive in collegiate athletics, if Virginia Tech would be better off in the SEC, and breaks […]

Mike Barber, Dot Richardson, Faber Jamerson, and Kevin Wilmouth join The Sportsline

On this edition of The Sportsline, Mike Barber joins us to talk local collegiate athletics, including men’s LAX, baseball, softball, and football, Liberty head softball coach Dot Richardson comes by to discuss the Flames and their upcoming post-season matchups, and a couple of our Locally on the Links guys break down the PGA Championship. WLNI […]