So I need to vent about Brett Favre. I can’t stand this guy and I’m sure most of you can’t either.
On a wild Wednesday night in sports, I decided to spend the evening Tweeting. (I promise, I have a life.)
This Saturday, I traveled to Gainesville to witness the marital vows of an old poker buddy, so before we even start talking about sports, I’d like to extend my most sincere and heartfelt congratulations to Damion 2.0 and his beautiful Continue reading The night I knocked out Brock Lesnar and other tall tales from the weekend in sports
The recent and ongoing hysteria about Tiger Woods, Lance Armstrong and other sporting celebrities is understandable in terms of selling news, but the sanity levels are still being debated.
It’s not very often that we here at SportsChump.net get to poke fun at former presidents. As a bartender, I learned early on to avoid heated conversations about either politics or religion. But when an avid reader sent in this Continue reading Weekly caption contest celebrates Nolan Ryan, George Bush and the Texas Rangers
The year was 1995. I was putting the final touches on a masters thesis I had no interest in writing. I was equally uneager to see what the real world had to offer in terms of employment.
Can you believe it’s week 6 already? What’s the deal, football? Stop going by so quickly!
Nobody ever said being the boss was easy. Four of the world’s more powerful men, Messrs. Selig, Stern, Bettman and Goodell, commissioners of Major League Baseball, the NBA, NHL and NFL respectively, have come under a fair amount of scrutiny Continue reading So you want to be Commissioner: A multiple choice test
As I sit here writing this post poolside, I’m reminded of just one of the many reasons I live here in Florida. It’s mid-October, sunshiny and 82 degrees outside. I’d be sipping on frozen margaritas (raspberry or mango are my Continue reading Kite surfing by sunset at St. Petersburg Beach (video)
If you like offense, these Major League playoffs are not for you.