Baby steps. Just like the grey, sweat-suited, headband wearing Rocky Balboa descended from his front porch to sprint through the streets and triumphantly climb the steps of Philadelphia’s Art Museum, I too raise my hands in victory. Of course, Balboa Continue reading NFL Week Nine Against the Spread Pick ‘Em: SportsChump vs. KP vs. Ronbets
I received a very cordial letter from the President and CEO of Caesar’s Palace this week. It went a little something like this. Dear Mr. Humpherys Please accept this letter as a formal invitation to visit our famous and elegant Continue reading NFL Week Eight Against the Spread Pick ‘Em: SportsChump vs. KP vs. Lisa Horne
Well, that was a riveting Super Bowl. Not! If you feel bad about not being entertained, consider the fact that the most watched program in US television history was even more of a downer for Colorado residents and those bearing Continue reading Super Bowl Tweets better than the game itself
SportsChump would like to introduce a new, interactive feature called the Hail or Rail Scale (name subject to change based upon better suggestions from readers). It’ll be a weekly, or monthly, or every-so-oftenly barometer where we quantify how much we Continue reading Introducing the Hail or Rail Scale: Cam Newton, Boise State, Brad Childress, Randy Moss, Rajon Rondo, Blake Griffin, Zenyatta and the Giants
UFC sells out Did anyone else find last weekend’s Randy Couture-James Toney match gimmicky
Sex: Lawrence Taylor I was watching the disturbing news about Lawrence Taylor this week when something other than the actual atrocities of the situation struck me as odd.
At any given time, there are nine players on the baseball diamond, five on the basketball court and eleven on the football field. Each sport has designated positions for its players.
I have a picture of my uncle and me when I was about 15 years old. I’m wearing a Gator shirt in the photograph. My uncle Rosco attended the University of Florida well before me and had given me the Continue reading Leading a Tebow-less existence: The challenge that lay in front of Urban Meyer
What have we learned in the first four weeks of this NFL season other than we’re damn glad football is finally back? We know there are a number of quality teams that are playing some really good football. Then Continue reading The good, the bad and the fugly: An NFL quarterly
Tim Tebow was wrong. Believe it or not, college football’s poster boy actually made a mistake.