The Sportsline, featuring Jay Busbee, Damien Sordelett, and Monday Mourning

On this week opening edition of The Sportsline, Yahoo’s Jay Busbee joins us to talk the national women’s soccer team falling flat on their face in the world cup and why he’s looking forward to football, Damien Sordelett of the Roanoke Times talks upcoming Virginia Tech football season and the opening of Hokies camp, and […]

Monday Mourning features WWE writers, NASCAR driver Noah Gragson, and women’s soccer

On this edition of Monday Mourning on The Sportsline, hosts and listeners join together to mourn those most heavily affected by unfortunate events of the sports weekend, including WWE writers booking the same finishes, racecar driver Noah Gragson’s social media post, the women’s soccer team getting eliminated from the World Cup, and more! WLNI · […]

The Historian talks 25 years strong, Japanese cardboard beds, Vince McMahon

Wes May, our quarter century-long Sportsline Historian, joins the show once again for his signature end of the week segment to discuss big dates and key moments from sports and our show, including Rich Roth reaching the 25th anniversary of The Sportsline, on Japan building cardboard beds to stop sex, and the WWE’s retirement of […]

Dave Glenn and David Harrison highlight The Sportsline + Monday Mourning

On this July 4th-eve edition of The Sportsline, show favorite David Glenn joins The Sportsline to talk about his recent trip to Italy and the great lengths his son went through to propose to his girlfriend, David Harrison of USA Today’s Commanders Country on whether optimism or short-comings will lead to big changes within the […]

Monday Mourning talks baseball, poor wrestling booking, and PGA coverage

Fan favorite segment Monday Mourning is back on The Sportsline, as we go over some of the lowlights from the weekend in sports and entertainment, including recent opponents of the Atlanta Braves, on WWE star LA Knight not winning the Money in the Bank briefcase, on Damian Priest actually winning the MITB contract, and the […]

Monday Mourning features MLB, the Bloodline, golf, and LBJ

An unfortunate weekend in sports has concluded, and The Sportsline is here to surmise the worst sports moments from the past few days, including recently release Charlie Culberson of the Braves, the Pittsburgh Pirates and their bus driver, the breakup of the Bloodline, Rickie Fowler’s choke, U.S. Open fans in Los Angeles, and LeBron James’ […]

The Sportsline, featuring Mike Sando, Wes “The Historian” May, and Last Call

On this pre-Memorial Day weekend edition of The Sportsline, The Athletic’s Mike Sando joins us to talk top storylines from the NFL’s offseason, including DeAndre Hopkins getting released from the Cardinals, Wes May returns as The Historian and brings to light funny past moments, and staple segment Last Call recaps the week of guests and […]

Monday Mourning is back, recapping the weekend of mourners

Fun segment Monday Mourning is back on The Sportsline, as we take a look at the worst from the weekend and discuss those who are mourning, including WWE’s Damian Priest, Dennis Carter missing another show, The Magnificent Sham, Roanoke College men’s lacrosse, and the Pittsburgh Pirates. WLNI · Monday Mourning features wrestling, lacrosse, baseball, and […]

Monday Mourning eyes the NBA, WWE, golf and more

Signature week-opening segment, Monday Mourning is back, as we look back at some low moments in the weekend of sports, including an NBA upset not seen in 30 years, the WWE’s Wrestlemania, the Morningline’s Anthony McAvoy, golfer Patrick Rodgers, previous guest John Feinstein, and much more! WLNI · Monday Mourning features the NBA, WWE, golf […]