On a recent romantic getaway, my beloved BCole and I decided to do perhaps the most Valentine’s Day thing ever. Well, at least Valentine’s Day for us here at SportsChump Manor. When inclement weather put a damper on our February Continue reading Sal, Planet Pizza and the end of an era
9 o’clock came early Saturday morning but my driver wanted to get a jump on things. The Gator game started at noon and the rest of the boys making the trip would be eagerly awaiting our arrival with drinks already Continue reading My Sports Week, Part Two: Vandals Descend Upon the Motherland
Remember at the beginning of this adventure when I A-Teamingly hinted that I liked when a plan comes together? The objective of this trip was for four old friends to visit Memphis and travel to Fayetteville to see Florida take Continue reading What Did Tennessee? What Arkansas: The Conclusion of a Vacation Well Spent
The Don Calvino finally arrived early Friday morning bearing gifts: a beautiful bottle of Bajan rum, officially making it the first bottle of Mount Gay to travel from Barbados to Atlanta to Memphis to Fayetteville and then to Tampa. Somebody Continue reading The trek to Fayetteville, Part “And Then There Were” Four
“Memphis is a city that hums and thrums. Its song is constant.” Robert Gordon, Respect Yourself: Stax Records and the Soul Explosion I have a few US cities left on my “to-visit” bucket list. For example, I’ve never been to Continue reading The trek to Arkansas, Part “And Then There Were” Three
I love it when a plan comes together. I hate it when one doesn’t. As a (two-time) graduate of the University of Florida, I’ve seen countless games at the stadium that is currently known as Steve Spurrier Florida Field at Continue reading The Trek to Fayetteville, Arkansas
The mid-week roadie started out like any other, with me perusing Florida basketball’s schedule to see if any home games coincided with one of my rare night’s off. One pretty important game did.
With all this talk of a record Mega Millions payout, the news that I had struck lottery gold actually came long before that. My lottery tickets, to Augusta National, arrived in my mailbox a month earlier. I booked my flight, Continue reading My journey to Augusta National, Part One
Good news arrived in the mail today, which was a welcome change from the bills, catalogs and random coupon mailings that usually clutter my mailbox.
Rajon Rondo is slowly becoming a household name. While doing so, he might just land himself another NBA championship.