Reason Number Three: Fire Read the rest of this entry »
“I’m stepping down as the head football coach of the University of Florida to focus on family and my other interests away from the sidelines.” Read the rest of this entry »
Conversation with a Buckeye: The biggest Ohio State fan I know talks Jim Tressel, Terrelle Pryor and the current state of his football programJune 27th, 2011 by Chris Humpherys
Everyone knows a Buckeye. They’re hard to miss. Their scarlet and grey jerseys, their love for all things Columbus and their unwavering pride for their football program.
Well, these days, their pride is wavering. Read the rest of this entry »
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 we’re rapidly approaching our terrible twos. Consider that fair warning. Read the rest of this entry »
Chumping to Conclusions about Alabama, Boise State, Terrelle Pryor, UCLA, Tennessee, Steve Spurrier, Donovan McNabb, Calvin Johnson and when a completion is not a completionSeptember 13th, 2010 by Chris Humpherys
Is Alabama really THIS good? Let me get this straight. They played their first two games without their starting running back. Their second game was against a school we thought would be a worthwhile opponent in Penn State and they still controlled both games from start to finish. Read the rest of this entry »
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 embarrass a friend. Read the rest of this entry »
Remember those sharply dressed fellows in last week’s What to Watch? You know… the ones desperately trying to gain entry into that South Beach BCS night club? Their names were Iowa, TCU, Cincinnati, Boise State and LSU. Well, the lights are coming on and last call is rapidly approaching. Read the rest of this entry »