Tiger Woods: King of the Cover-Up

Tiger Woods is a weird cat. I’m pretty sure we sports fans have come to terms with this already but his latest off-road incident, and subsequent hospitalization, only further proves my theory. Nine years ago, an Emmy-award documentarian and I Continue reading

A fond farewell in Central Florida as the Magic bid adieu

“Parting is such sweet sorrow” -Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet “Fire sale. That was nothing but a fire sale in Orlando” -Reggie Miller, speaking of the Magic’s moves by the trading deadline It was a fitting goodbye, a one-point Orlando victory Continue reading

Twitter Suspends SportsChump – Privileges Revoked for Tasteless Tiger Joke

“So they barred me for being too good a player.” – Michael Keaton as Bill Blazejowski in Night Shift I was temporarily banned from Twitter the other day.  A habitual line-toer, it was the first time I’ve ever had my Continue reading

SportsChump outdrinks G.O.A.T. at Buccaneers Boat Parade (a pictorial)

My phone rang late Tuesday evening, around 11 pm.  Busy at work, I didn’t get the chance to answer it. Minutes later, I received a text message with a fair amount of Jewish guilt.  It runs in the family. The Continue reading

Why You SHOULD Root for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Super Bowl (and were happy if you did): A SportsChump to Dubsism Retort

Every year around this time, my blogging brother in crime, J-Dub of Dubsism infamy, celebrates the Super Bowl by telling you why you shouldn’t cheer for either team playing in it.  He will also generally do so for the World Continue reading

The Hatred for Tom Brady runs strong… and other tales from Tampa Bay’s Super Bowl week

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.  Three Buffalo Bills fans walk into a bar and shout “Go Chiefs!” Go figure. This encounter happened one week after the perennially underachieving (or perhaps aptly achieving) Bills had just lost to Continue reading

The stupidest question ever asked

The old saying goes there’s no such thing as a stupid question.  The mantra’s origins are unknown but by its very nature instills the importance of being inquisitive. I always used to consider that statement to be true, until this Continue reading