There are two types of watershed moments. There are those that we don’t necessarily see as tipping points while they’re happening. Then there are those that, the moment we hear about them, we understand that from that point on, things Continue reading Point-Counterpoint: J-Dub and SportsChump address the Brian Flores lawsuit→
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→
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→
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize the NCAA is a self-serving institution. It makes countless billions (with a big old ‘B’) off the student-athletes it alleges to protect. The debate over whether college athletes should be reimbursed for Continue reading Court Justice: The Inside Story of My Battle Against the NCAA by Ed O’Bannon with Michael McMann: A Book Review→
There was once a time not long ago when Ed O’Bannon and Manuel Noriega were the talk of the nation, both for different reasons. Today they have something else in common. Ed O’Bannon, and his brother Charles, were once all Continue reading Ed O’Bannon’s and Manuel Noriega’s Call of Duty→
I’ve bent a few rules in my day. I’ve cut the tags off of mattresses even though the good people who manufacture those mattresses have instructed me not to do so.