No Time for The Hate, Vol. 1: USF Men’s Basketball Coach Amir Abdur-Rahim

As we can all use a little more positivity in our lives, we here at SportsChump Manors would like to introduce you to a new series of posts called No Time for The Hate.  Initially inspired by a Jason Kidd Continue reading No Time for The Hate, Vol. 1: USF Men’s Basketball Coach Amir Abdur-Rahim

The ultimate sports weekend, Part Two

Day Two came and went with a round of golf during the day and a night out in historic downtown Charlotte where, amongst bars full of Carolina fans, we watched the South Carolina women’s basketball team suffer their first and Continue reading The ultimate sports weekend, Part Two

And the Owls go… FAU, that’s Who!

FAU, that’s Florida Atlantic University for those of you keeping track at home, has done the unthinkable. In their first ever invite to the field of 68 college basketball teams vying for a national title, the Florida Atlantic Owls have Continue reading And the Owls go… FAU, that’s Who!

An evening with the Gators: Florida routs Ohio in front of welcoming Tampa crowd

The Florida Men’s Basketball team took their show on the road this week, traveling ninety miles south to Tampa’s Amalie Arena to play an early season, out of conference game.  Their opponent was the Ohio Bobcats.  While their record may Continue reading An evening with the Gators: Florida routs Ohio in front of welcoming Tampa crowd

NIL, the Transfer Portal and why the two-time national champion at two different schools isn’t as far away as you might think

College football season hasn’t kicked off yet and we’re already seeing things we’ve never seen.  Kids cashing checks for nine figures has set a new precedent all the while ruffling the feathers of the old school college football fan.  Meanwhile, Continue reading NIL, the Transfer Portal and why the two-time national champion at two different schools isn’t as far away as you might think

Name, Image, Likeness: No More Free Parking

I tend bar in an Irish pub in Ybor City.  For those of you unfamiliar with the area, Ybor is a relatively urban part of Tampa, deeply entrenched in rich Italian, Cuban and Spanish cultural heritage.  Brick streets, century old Continue reading Name, Image, Likeness: No More Free Parking

Mike White and the Seven-Year Itch: One highly opinionated rant on the state of the Florida Men’s Basketball

Allow me to vent before we get back to our regularly scheduled programming. This year, the Florida Gators finished in ninth place (out of 14 teams) in the Southeastern Conference.  While they finished the regular season one win shy of Continue reading Mike White and the Seven-Year Itch: One highly opinionated rant on the state of the Florida Men’s Basketball

N-I-L doesn’t spell nil but rather the exact opposite

Remember that Simpsons episode many moons ago when the cartoon boldly predicted the Saints would win a Super Bowl.  When the episode first aired, such a thought was laughable, hence its inclusion as a punch line.  The Saints were a Continue reading N-I-L doesn’t spell nil but rather the exact opposite

Remember March Madness? You’re about to get reacquainted

Attention K-Mart shoppers and sports gamblers alike! There will be a March Madness this year!  I repeat… there will be a March Madness this year! I don’t need to remind everyone currently reading this website that there was no Final Continue reading Remember March Madness? You’re about to get reacquainted

Zion Williamson’s Services Not Rendered: The Bottom-Feeding Sports Agent Strikes Again

In shocking news, a sports agent has alleged that former, college basketball phenom Zion Williamson illegally received money while at Duke. YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWNNNNN!!!!!! (Pulls up soapbox to begin rant) There are countless reasons why we should consider paying high-profile college athletes Continue reading Zion Williamson’s Services Not Rendered: The Bottom-Feeding Sports Agent Strikes Again