I have this friend. Let’s call him Anthony, mainly because that’s his name. Anthony is the kind of man who has neither the time nor the inclination for a pseudonym. He’s also the kind of man who takes trips on Continue reading Anthony goes to Ireland; Here come the Irish!
That’s a little more like it. Last week wasn’t the easiest week to pick games but there was some low-hanging fruit you could have taken advantage of. Look no further for proof of that fruit than Kevin, J-Dub and I Continue reading Week 3 College and NFL Pick ‘Em: SportsChump vs The Wife Hates Sports vs Doctor Milhouse
I used to have a friend, still do actually, who used to preach the expression “Know your place” when it came to women and relationships. I would talk to him regularly about my goings on with the opposite sex. Many Continue reading Knowing Your Place: What College Sports Programs and Booty Calls Have in Common
Saturday surprises continue to fill in the blanks of this college football season. But before we get into all that, and our fabulous contest, I thought we’d check in with our Big Ten correspondent, Robbie aka Croshere, who was gracious Continue reading When murky unmurks: College football’s long and winding road and a contest to end the season
A not-so-great man once gave me the best advice of my life. He told me, “the number one killer of old people is retirement.” His point at the time was simple. If you want to be the best at something….you Continue reading Cmon Duke Fans, Which R are you filled with?
Due to an incredibly late night of attempting to channel his inner Michael McDonald, and the recovery time that something like that requires, the Sports Chump has asked me to chime in with my two cents. Bear in mind that Continue reading Contributing author talks SEC bias
Football lifer Charlie Weis was fired by the University of Kansas this weekend after starting off his career in Lawrence with six wins and twenty-two losses. Not that Kansas is an easy place to win football games but that’s clearly Continue reading Twitter has field day with Charlie Weis firing
I’ve got an old friend whose name is Dan Gleason. We used to call him “Rocket” Dan. Despite being one of the elder statesmen among our merry band of bar-dwelling, hoop-shooting Gator fans, Dan had a solid game and a Continue reading Mascots and prejudice: The ongoing saga of the Washington Redskins
“Have you ever been experienced? I have.” – Jimi Hendrix The first time I can recall hearing that a coach had lied about his job experience involved George O’Leary. It was 2001 and O’Leary was applying for the head coaching Continue reading White lies and White-out: All one needs to become a college head coach
What a bizarre few days this has been for football coaches, more so than normal even. If neck braces, nepotism, runway dismissals and billionaire babblings don’t scream made-for-television drama, I don’t know what does.