Sports media and political correctness

April 6, 1987 is a day that lives on in sports infamy, but not for any specific athletic achievement on the field.  In a live, late-night interview in front of millions of viewers, Ted Koppel, the host of Nightline, asked Continue reading

Weekly Caption Contest celebrates March Madness, Charles Barkley… and pizza

We now take a short break from obsessing about our busted brackets to celebrate our weekly caption contest.  This time around, we poke fun at one of the more dynamic basketball players of all time: Round Mound of Rebound turned Continue reading

First Annual SportsChump March Madness Bracket Bonanza

College basketball junkies and gambling degenerates alike, welcome to Sportschump.net’s first ever March Madness Bracket Bonanza. The next three weeks will ring in the most entertaining time of the year for sports fans: the NCAA Tournament, where anyone can be Continue reading

Fun You Can Have When Your Friends Leave Their Collegiate Gear Behind

Anyone can write on their friends with a magic marker or take pictures of them when they’re passed out drunk, but it takes a truly inventive mind (and your own personal website) to come up with a way to truly Continue reading

Brushes with sports greatness, Vol. 2: Tiger Woods, Bay Hill and the origin of the Steve Lowery Fan Club

This is a tale of two, beautiful, March afternoons that took place only a few years apart… back when Tiger Woods was still playing golf.  At the time, I was living in Orlando, home of the Bay Hill Club & Continue reading

Chumpservations, Vol. 9: Mel Kiper, Rockettes and the NFL Draft, Gary Bettman vs the NHL vs the Winter Olympics and what not to say at an open bar wedding

The Roof Is On Fire Football fans, get your popcorn ready.  That’s right, there’s only seven weeks until they kick the Rockettes out of Radio City Music Hall for the weekend and prepare the venue for the NFL draft.  This Continue reading