Ask not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for Johnny Football

The NFL has another very important decision to make soon.  This one has nothing to do with whether a player stepped out of bounds or if a pass should be ruled incomplete. Cleveland Brown quarterback Johnny Manziel allegedly struck his Continue reading

A fever-inspired, sports world turned upside-down Chumpservations, Vol. 32

I’ve been bed-ridden lately with a pretty nasty fever so I apologize for not contributing my usual batch of internet clutter.  The good news is that my doctor has ruled out mono, halitosis, gingivitis and chronic tardiness so I got Continue reading

When sports news is not news: Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki break off engagement

I was engaged once many moons ago.  It didn’t take. After many years of ups and downs, my long-term girlfriend at the time and I had grown apart.  It happens. But at least we didn’t send out wedding invitations.  (I Continue reading

Sterling Stiviano Sex Tape Finally Revealed!!!

I Tweeted something deliciously off-humor the other day.  Far be it from me to do so. I suggested that if Donald Sterling really wanted to get even with V Stiviano, he should release their sex tapes. My comments regarding the Continue reading

The Twitterverse expounds upon Donald Sterling and the fifteen minutes of fame he’d like to have back

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand times.  I don’t feel sorry for billionaires. One such billionaire, Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, was recently caught in a compromising position, one in which a racially-inspired Continue reading

The most obvious idea ever is about to make me a very wealthy man: SportsChump hereby copyrights The Professional Sports Taxi Service

“If you wanna go and take a ride with me…” –          Nelly I just became a millionaire. Okay, that’s not entirely true but I did come up with an idea that will soon make me one.  I’ll meet you guys Continue reading

Random thoughts on the NBA Playoffs so far… and a look ahead

After watching the Clippers outscore the Spurs by 22 points in the first quarter of Game Three of their playoff series, it appeared, if ever so briefly, that San Antonio was not as invincible as everyone thought.  Then we saw Continue reading