Memorable moments of 2010: The SportsChump Year in Review

The final days of 2010 are upon us, which means that SportsChump has completed its first full calendar year.  Thanks to all who have come and gone and ahem… come again. SportsChump first went viral in April, 2008 which means Continue reading

Weekly caption contest celebrates Alex Rodriguez, Cameron Diaz and love in the Gulf of Mexico

While most of us sit in shivering cold weather, piecing together what’s left of our checkbooks after Christmas, others who are slightly more fortunate bask in the Mexican sunshine, tanning and surfing and sipping margaritas.  Must be nice.

Hail or Rail Scale Christmas Edition: Big Ten, Falcons, Tom Brady, Gene Chizik, Greg Oden, Tony Parker, Kyle Brotzman and the Vikings

Welcome to edition three of our Hail or Rail Scale.  In the past, we’ve honored (and dishonored) Steve Spurrier, Zenyatta, Cecil Newton and Randy Moss among others. This time around we’ve compiled a brand new list of inductees who will Continue reading

Holiday Chumpservations, Vol. 18: When restroom technology and jewelry commercials go awry

I was at my local sports pub the other night, throwing back a few pints, terrorizing some all-I-could-eat wings and trying to determine whether the Bears-Vikings or Magic-Hawks game I was watching was more meaningless.

Orlando Magic pull trigger on Gilbert Arenas trade.

Have you ever been watching a sporting event where your team is winning comfortably, you leave the room to grab a quick beverage, only to return and find your team down? That’s kind of what happened with me and the Continue reading

Who is this guy, why is he taking over my television and why does he always wear the same friggin’ hat?: Making sense of the Mike Rowe invasion

I have lots of baseball caps in my collection.  I wear different ones depending on my mood… or whether I decided to brush my hair that morning.  I wouldn’t necessarily say I ‘accessorize’ but I have been known to mix Continue reading

Change is good, isn’t it? Urban Meyer leaves Florida… again.

I’m not fond of change. I’ve stayed in relationships longer than I should have, jobs longer than I should have and cities longer than I should have, all because I found myself in a comfort zone.  I was afraid of Continue reading