Chelsea Janes talks 2024 MLB season, sudden Ángel Hernández retirement, and more baseball

Washington Post MLB reporter Chelsea Janes joins The Sportsline to talk post-Memorial Day baseball headlines in the majors, including her perspective on the abrupt retirement of controversial MLB umpire Ángel Hernández, on if the Atlanta Braves can withstand another season-ending injury from superstar Ronald Acuña Jr., and what stands out in the standings as we […]

Chuck Culpepper talks epic finish in the 150th running of the Kentucky Derby

Washington Post’s Chuck Culpepper joins us to talk horse racing and Kentucky Derby results, including if this was the wildest Derby finish he’s seen in his twenty plus years of covering the event, on how close it was for Mystik Dan to come in ahead of Sierra Leone and Forever Young in a photo finish, […]

Chuck Culpepper talks Sweet 16, the Midwest Region, and Purdue vs. Gonzaga

Washington Post writer Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to break down the upcoming Sweet 16 games, including what he’s learned after a chaotic first two rounds of the men’s NCAA Tournament, on how less upsets earlier in the tournament sets fans up for huge clashes late in March Madness, and what he’s expecting in the […]

John Feinstein talks Lefty Driesell memories, proposals to fix college sports

Award winning author and sports columnist, John Feinstein joins The Sportsline to discuss college sports top headlines, including what stories he has to share from knowing the late, great Lefty Driesell, on what he would recommend to fix college athletics and get the NCAA back on track, and why UVA basketball fans should calm down […]

Patrick Stevens talks UVA’s huge win over Miami, ACC teams on NCAA tournament bubble

Contributor to the Washington Post, Patrick Stevens joins The Sportsline to break down Virginia’s win and talk more ACC basketball, including his thoughts on UVA after destroying the Miami Hurricanes, on what to make of the current NCAA tournament bubble and projections, and why Purdue should be considered as one of the best teams in […]

Patrick Stevens talks road wins for UVA and VT, future of ACC basketball

Contributor to the Washington Post, Patrick Stevens joins The Sportsline to talk area college basketball and ACC hoops, including if he thinks Virginia and Virginia Tech could be turning the corner after both teams picked up their first road wins of the season, on why the ACC isn’t top or bottom heavy this season, and […]

Chuck Culpepper recaps college football’s championship, talks future of Jim Harbaugh

Washington Post sports columnist Chuck Culpepper joins The Sportsline to recap last night’s national championship football game, including why the victory by Michigan was more impressive than past title runs by Alabama and Clemson, on the intriguing coach of the Wolverines and potential future of Jim Harbaugh, and the potential a 12-team CFP can have […]