On a recent romantic getaway, my beloved BCole and I decided to do perhaps the most Valentine’s Day thing ever. Well, at least Valentine’s Day for us here at SportsChump Manor. When inclement weather put a damper on our February Continue reading
In need of a friend, my long-term gambling partner in crime, Croshere, and I decided to get together for a night out on the town and an analytical viewing of the overhyped yet still somehow underhyped NBA Finals Game Three. Continue reading
Gamblers love a good hunch. Considering I’m a gambler, by the associative property of hopefully successful wagering, I also love a good hunch. Perhaps my favorite hunch of all-time came many moons ago on one of my annual, drug-induced visits Continue reading
Urban Meyer has retired… again. He hasn’t reached Brett Favre/Michael Jordan status quite yet but one more retirement party and he’ll earn a set of steak knives. When it comes to all things Ohio State, I like to go to Continue reading
I received an interesting text from a friend the other morning following the aftermath of Game Five. It read as follows… “Everything we thought was wrong with that move… was in the end. Lame season in reality.” The text came Continue reading
You know you’re gambling too much (or perhaps just the right amount) when you come up with prop bets all your own. With basketball season coming to a close, it’s becoming harder to make money on the games… that is Continue reading
If you’ve been reading this website at all this football season, you’ve heard me complain (for far too long unfortunately) about how my wagers are a river of darkness… a big, steamy, sewage-filled river of darkness. I think I had Continue reading
As most of you regular readers know, every so often, I’ll check in with Croshere, my Las Vegas correspondent.
Every once in a while, I’ve been known to plop down at a local saloon, watch some random sporting event and text my buddy Croshere (whose secret identity may soon be revealed pending podcast). I’ll giggle and snort out loud, Continue reading
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.