Ben Golliver talks NBA conference finals, what could happen to Ja Morant

Washington Post’s Ben Golliver joins The Sportsline to talk top headlines in pro basketball and the NBA playoffs, including which low seeded team (the Lakers or the Heat) is the bigger surprise to make it to the conference finals, on what’s wrong with the 76ers after the team failed to capitalize on a 3-2 lead […]

The Sportsline, featuring Jim Larrañaga, Chuck Culpepper, and Monday Mourning

On the return edition of Dennis Carter being back on The Sportsline, former UVA assistant and current Miami head basketball coach Jim Larrañaga joins us to talk the Terry Holland tribute in Charlottesville and recent success of the Hurricanes, Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post recaps a newsworthy weekend in horseracing, and Monday Mourning is back, […]

Chuck Culpepper talks difficult time in horse racing, Derby winner Mage

The Washington Post’s Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to talk busy weekend for thoroughbred racing, including the darkness of horse fatalities that surrounded the big weekend, on if the future of horse racing could be in jeopardy due to the changing ways of society, and what he made of Mage winning the Kentucky Derby and […]

Chuck Culpepper says UConn considers themselves blue collar, not blue blood

Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post joins The Sportsline to recap the men’s national championship game, including what he made of the utter dominance from UConn in this year’s tournament, on if after the Huskies won their fifth championship, they can now be considered a true ‘blue blood,’ and how the transfer portal and NIL […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

Gene Wang talks another bad UVA loss, wild weekend of hoops

Washington Post sports writer Gene Wang joins The Sportsline to recap a crazy weekend of college basketball, including what we learned from the Cavaliers in their loss to North Carolina, on if fans should be concerned for the Wahoos moving forward, and looks at a hectic weekend that included a huge come from behind win […]

Patrick Stevens has UVA and LU in, VT out of the NCAA Tournament

Washington Post college basketball writer Patrick Stevens joins The Sportsline to talk landscape of college basketball as March Madness nears, including why he currently has the Virginia Cavaliers as the 10th best team in the tournament field, on even through their struggles, Virginia Tech is in the ‘next four out’ category, and what he sees […]