UVA all-time great Shawn Moore joins “The Jerry Ratcliffe Show” to help us preview the UVA-Virginia Tech game.
Half of the 2021 ACC Championship Game is set with Pitt clinching the Coastal. Who among Wake Forest, NC State and Clemson will make the trip to Charlotte on the Atlantic side?
“The Jerry Ratcliffe Show” talks with Dr. Stephen Brockmeier from UVA Orthopedics to learn how doctors decide when it is safe for a player to return from an injury.
Wake Forest and Pitt continue their collision course toward what could be an interesting ACC Championship Game. Jerry Carter and Chris Graham discuss what needs to happen in Week 12 to keep things moving to where they need to be.
Dr. Winston Gwathmey from UVA Orthopedics joins “The Jerry Ratcliffe Show” Good Health podcast to talk ribs and cartilage injuries. Then we hear from Mark Lorenzoni from Ragged Mountain Running & Walking Shop to get the latest on the local running scene.
Rod Mullins joins the show to recap Kyle Larson’s win in Sunday’s NASCAR championship race, and to put a bow on the 2021 season.
The Booking ACC Football team – Jerry Carter and Chris Graham – officially gives up on the dream of having an ACC team in the College Football Playoff. Now, it’s all about having an entertaining ACC Championship Game in Charlotte in December. How do we get there?
Dr. David Diduch from UVA Orthopedics talks about rib injuries; we discuss the local running scene, including the upcoming Richmond Marathon, with Mark Lorenzoni from Ragged Mountain Running & Walking Shop.
The University of Virginia admitted its first African-American football players in 1970. This series chronicles the four men who broke the color barrier at UVA.
John Rainey was a Southwest Virginia football star who would be the first in his family to attend college. He was also a member of the first class of African-American scholarship football players at the University of Virginia. Rainey recounts the experiences on the final installment of “No Shoulders to Stand On.”
Kent Merritt was a key part of the first UVA football recruiting class to include African-American student-athletes. Merritt joins us for our “No Shoulders to Stand On” series to talk about life on Grounds in the early 1970s.
Rod Mullins joins the show to preview the NASCAR championship race at Phoenix coming up this weekend.
Republican Glenn Youngkin led the red wave in Tuesday’s Virginia elections. #TeamAFP breaks down what it means for the Commonwealth moving forward.
Harrison Davis starred at Bethel High School, had loads of big-time offers, but his mother wanted him at Virginia. Davis joins our “No Shoulders to Stand On” podcast series to talk about his experiences as one of the first four African-American football players at UVA.
Stanley Land was one of four men who blazed a trail as the first African-American scholarship football players at the University of Virginia. Land joins “The Jerry Ratcliffe Show” for our “No Shoulders to Stand On” podcast series looking back at their experiences on Grounds that began in 1970.
Former Virginia coach Al Groh was the freshman coach in 1970 when the university admitted its first African-American football players. Groh joins “The Jerry Ratcliffe Show” to kick off our podcast series, “No Shoulders to Stand On.”
Wake won, Pitt lost. We have ourselves a Top 10 team again, but that’s all we have. Jerry Carter and Chris Graham continue their week trying to pick up the pieces with ACC Football.
Thomas Jones was an All-American at UVA and a 10,000-yard rusher in the NFL. Now Jones is a successful actor (““Straight Outta Compton,” “Luke Cage,” “Being Mary Jane,” “P-Valley” and “Bosch”) and showrunner (“Johnson,” in which he is also the lead actor).
Rod Mullins joins the show to break down Kyle Larson’s win in Kansas, and preview what promises to be a wild playoff race this weekend in Martinsville.
Expect a shootout out west. That’s what the panel for this week’s “Jerry Ratcliffe Show” – Jerry, plus Scott German and Chris Graham from #TeamAFP – are expecting. The show also breaks down UVA’s win over Georgia Tech and examines the state of the ACC as the calendar creeps toward November.