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Angry God expected to rain out minor league baseball game

God, the revered, reviled, feared, ineffable, unpredictable and misunderstood supreme Christian deity, is very angry that the Tampa Tarpons have a female manager, according to a self-appointed human spokesperson.  “The Almighty takes a dim view of this kind of abomination,” said Delores Shtiffy of Seffner, referring to Rachel Balkovec, the first female manager in the…

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ESPN to launch yet another guy screaming hot takes at you show

ESPN's new show

ESPN, the once self-described “Worldwide Leader in Sports”, is launching yet another show consisting of a man yelling his opinions about the world of sports into a camera “We were going to call it ‘Hot Balls’ or ‘The Crunch Zone’ or ‘Crunch Balls’ or something like that”, said ESPN regional producer Curtis Teebox. “But I’m…

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Op-ed: Athletes are ruining athletics

Bad Athletes

(EDITORS NOTE: Our focus here at Tampa News Force is to provide top-notch quality news coverage by award-winning journalists on topics of specific interest to the Tampa Bay Area. However occasionally a controversial subject beyond that scope demands attention and one of our readers offers us a shit-ton of money for the opportunity to utilize…

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Sports stuff happening somewhere in Florida

Not everyone is a die-hard sports fan or competition-crazed enthusiast. Nonetheless, it feels good to be up on the latest news events. That’s why I’m here to inform you that there has been word that sports stuff is going on… or it did go on recently. It’s been confirmed that something sports related is/was just…

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University of Tampa trades Basketball team for USF Football team

USF and UT Swap teams

Yuengling Center – Hillsborough County – Friday, 5.3.2019 The University of Tampa (UT) has agreed to swap their basketball team for University of South Florida’s (USF) football team. The UT basketball team roster and staff will join USF’s current program, effectively doubling everything about it. “No other college or university has ever done something like…

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