FRIENDS OF THE CHUMP

BLOGROLL BRETHREN

  • Shawn Kemp’s Kids isn’t a blog for the faint of heart or those unfortunate souls who are easily offended.  After all, it’s no holds barred commentary from the Voice of Reason.
  • Whether it’s the NBA, NFL, Major League Baseball, politics or entertainment, Daily Sports Pages has your forum discussion covered.  Come strong or don’t come at all.  Free to join.
  • There’s only one place in cyberspace to talk pro and college football and that’s at Gridironfans.com.  Their over 3,000 members strong remind us that football is a 365 day a year celebration.
  • The Red Zone Report, run by Eddie Griffin, is an authorized SportsChump.net partner.  EG and his gang of contributors provide readers, not only with the latest developments in college and professional football, but all things sports-related.  Be sure to pay them a visit.
  • The Wife Hates Sports , Kevin Paul’s creation, is a sports website with a unique flavor, tying in not only sports, but also the relationship side of sharing, or not sharing, the remote.  TWHS is one sports site your significant other is sure to approve of.
  • SportsTalk Stop is your first stop for quality sports talk.  It may very well be one of most all-encompassing forums I’ve encountered online.  I suggest you give them a look-see.
  • Dubsism bills itself as what your view of sports would be if you had too many concussions, which makes perfect sense since it’s usually Dubsism that dishes out the high heat.
  • While you’re at it, check out Fan on Fire for your latest sports, politics entertainment news.  You’ll soon find there’s not a topic Maurice isn’t afraid to discuss.
  • The end-all, be-all source for all things SEC sports is the SEC Writer.
  • DieHardSport is one of the best-looking independent sports sites out there.  Read and enjoy.
  • Pro Football Guru is a venue to discuss all that is great about the NFL, 365 days a year. Knowledge, views, insights and dialogue.
  • Know Hitter is always happy to throw his two cents in about the world of sports.  He even recently put a bounty on David Stern after the Sonics left Seattle.
  • For the hoops fan who just can’t get enough, there’s always The No-Look Pass for all encompassing basketball coverage.
  • Who says girls don’t know anything about sports?  Check out Gridiron Girl Next Door. Oh, and don’t get too excited boys.  She’s married.
  • Speaking of women who know their sports, not only can the Hoopstradamus write, but she probably knows more about basketball than you do as well.
  • Helmet and Pads Required, run by David Johnson a.k.a. The Black Ari Gold, is one of the most all-encompassing, independent sports websites around.  A must-read for the opinionated fan who wants to stay in the know.
  • Josh Q. Public, for the public, by The Public.  Irreverent sports opinion from a Bostonian in New York.  The one blog to read when you’re reading more than one.
  • If you plan on swinging by There’s a Stat for That, be sure to bring your calculator, pocket protector and Excel manual.  It’s one of the best new sites out there that breaks down sports from a numerical perspective.
  • Can’t get enough pigskin?  Bring your laundry over to Throw The Flag where your instant replay will always be challenged.
  • Whether it’s Blue Jays, Maple Leafs or Raptors, if you’re ever in the mood for a little Toronto bias, swing by Sports and the City where it’s warm 365 days a year.
  • Sticking with the Canada theme, also be sure to check out Painting the Black. It’s and edgy look into the most interesting stories from the World of Sports.
  • Alan Parkins knows a lot about a lot, and it shows in his writing.  Aside from having contributed to Foxsports.com for years, TopHatAl has been an avid supporter of sportschump.net.  His comments (and very often posts of the female form) are inspirational.  You won’t find better boxing coverage than on The American Sports Blog.
  • Kodys Sports Korner is a blog dedicated to one fan’s sports opinions.  According to Ballhyped, he was the second best sports blogger in 2011.  Guess who was first.
  • For the true Gator fan, there is no off-season.  Gators First covers all things orange and blue and does its best to remind us that everything else is secondary.
  • UGA Football Daily is one stop shopping for all your University of Georgia needs.  Take a trip between the hedges.
  • Shoot Hoops tirelessly carries the latest NBA, US & UK basketball news, features, stats, scores and more.
  • All Things News is  Jason Jeffrey’s web log cataloguing various news articles and web pages of the day.  Often worth checking out just for his images alone.
  • For all things Cowboy, (Silver and) Blue Blood is a must read.  Cap’n Blueblood is closer to the Dallas organization than Jessica Simpson.
  • If you’re looking to get an edge for your fantasy team, Fantazzle Blog is a must.  Containing advice from football to baseball baskeball to golf, Fantazzle will help you get a leg up on the competition.
  • Analysis.  History.  Perspective.  Sports Then and Now is a site dedicated to keeping sports fans updated on the current sports world while taking walks down memory lane by remembering great players, teams, events, moments and games from the history of sports. This site is for you, the fan, so please share your thoughts, memories and opinions.
  • They’re rioting in Detroit again.  This time it’s over Detroit4Lyfe.  Comprised of five writers who know MoTown, these sports xenophobes keep you abreast of all the happenings in the Detroit sports world and beyond.
  • Club Seat Sports is a revolutionary sports blog that pulls from the best of the best that’s out there.  If you run your own sports blog, you need to do yourself a favor and check these people out.
  • DeepIntoSports.com is a site by people deep into sports, for people deep into sports, who want their coverage to go even deeper into sports.  They strive to provide fans with unique viewpoints and creative perspectives beyond that which they receive from the larger, “corporate” sports news sites.
  • What do you get when you cross an architect and an engineer who both share an unhealthy obsession with Dennis Eckersley’s mustache?  Educated Cheese, of course.  Writing on anything from sports to pop culture, these guys keep you entertained without even trying.  Mullets welcome.
  • Former college football players Brian Sakowski and Michael Felder have brought their love for the game to the internet.  In The Bleachers features all the well-rounded analysis you need and some killer webcasts to boot.  Pay them a read… and a listen.
  • Full Court Pest calls them like he sees them.  Another self-professed basketball jones, it’s a highly entertaining read.  FCP is without a doubt 94 feet of tenacious blog sense.
  • Mock GM, which has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, is the end-all, be-all, most thorough fantasy basketball site you will find.  A must for any wannabe Mark Cuban.
  • Sports Betting News was formed to give sports bettors a leading advantage by providing accurate, immediate and impartial sports betting information.  Give ‘em a look.

 

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