What if?

What if Ronda Rousey fought Floyd Mayweather… and won? What if a member already in Baseball’s Hall of Fame admitted to using steroids regularly to get an edge? What if Joe Maddon wins a World Series with the Cubs? What Continue reading

Is Serena Williams the most dominant athlete of this generation?

With all this talk about Michael and LeBron, Money and Manny, A-Rod and Roids, Brady and Manning and whether Tiger will ever return to prominence, one person has dominated their sport this century more than any of them.   And it’s Continue reading

The world of sports gets a jolt. Three actually.

What an uppity week it’s been for sports.  With all the stimulants being passed around, it’s amazing anyone can catch a bit of sleep. From Poland to Las Vegas to Cooperstown, athletes have made headlines for dipping into the supply Continue reading

Presenting the 2009 McChumpies: The best and worst of the year in sports

After seeing Tiger Woods win AP Athlete of the Decade in light of his recent controversy and seeing Serena Williams win the AP Female Athlete of the Year with images of her berating a line judge still fresh in our Continue reading

Weekly SportsChumpdate featuring Lou Holtz, Brandon Marshall, Raheem Morris, Matt Barkley, Frank Sinatra and Do-overs

  First and foremost, I’d like to thank all those who helped spread the Sportschump.net gospel by handing out bookmarks at Thursday’s Buccaneers-Dolphins game.  You know who you are.  We welcome all new visitors to the site and encourage you Continue reading

Weekly SportsChumpdate featuring Plaxico Burress, Usain Bolt, John Calipari, Gloria Estefan and the Wild Card races

Memo to those vacationing in New York: leave your piece at home. 

Privacy and the professional athlete

  In Lake Tahoe, a casino waitress alleges that a two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback forced himself on her in a hotel room.  In another hotel room elsewhere in the country, someone sneaks a video camera through a keyhole to Continue reading

Your Daily SportsChumpdate – June 23, 2009: Glover, US Soccer, Fehr, Blake, Klitschko, Plax and Griffin

 After a rain-delayed tournament, Lucas Glover of Clemson University held on to win golf’s U.S. Open