Let’s be clear on this — the protests happening across the country are nothing new. They’ve been happening for decades. And with each act of injustice, there is a role that people with influence must assume. Athletes haven’t been excluded from using their platform responsibly. In fact, their actions and […]
In the wake of the death of George Floyd, protests have escalated in cities across the country, including Tampa. On Saturday, 40 businesses throughout the City of Tampa were burglarized, five set on fire, over 45 Tampa police cars were damaged and 41 arrests were made, according to Tampa Police […]
In all of its glory, “The Last Dance” is now a piece of sports history. The ESPN TV documentary series featuring the story of Michael Jordan’s final season with the Chicago Bulls finished two weeks ago. Sure, some leagues are returning to play — Bundesliga soccer on weekend mornings offers […]
In this episode of The Oracle Sports Podcast, Nolan and Hannah discuss the slow return of sports in the United States, ponder how modified rules might affect the essence of sports and chat with USF hockey captain Kenny Weightman.
Just a few months ago, USF hockey had won the Southern Collegiate Hockey Conference (SCHC) and was preparing to set out on its third trip to the national tournament in the past four years. Captain Kenny Weightman felt the team wasn’t going home empty-handed. “We’ve made it to nationals in […]
Although the coronavirus pandemic has the world on pause, college football is preparing for the season ahead. USF football’s newest tight end, a grad transfer from Northern Illinois, Mitchell Brinkman has begun his first season in a less than ideal way. It started with his unusual recruitment. The process of […]
In the return of the Oracle Sports Podcast, Nolan and Hannah discuss the possibility of social distancing in a football stadium, ponder the Bundesliga’s weird return and have a conversation with Northern Illinois grad transfer TE Mitchell Brinkman.
In a way, college sports are making their return. The NCAA Division I Council on Wednesday reportedly voted in favor of the resumption of voluntary athletic activities in football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball June 1 through June 30, according to multiple sources. The news was first reported by Yahoo! […]
Over the past month, live sports have slowly come out of the woodwork in society’s attempt to return to some sort of normal. The Chinese Professional Baseball League (CPBL), the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) and the K League were among the first leagues to resume playing amid the coronavirus pandemic. […]
Two USF football players — quarterback Kirk Rygol and wide receiver Zion Roland entered the NCAA transfer portal this week. Rygol announced his intention to transfer via Twitter on Tuesday. Rygol transferred from ASA College, Brooklyn in 2018 as a walk-on. He took 33 snaps in five games last season. […]