Before he was president, Donald Trump made public his support for Johnny Manziel via his favorite social media outlet: Twitter. Trump was so assured Manziel would become a successful NFL quarterback, he put his name on it. Some people even Continue reading What Donald Trump, Skip Bayless and Stanley Kaufmann all have in common
I’ve never been able to work at a place where I couldn’t say “fuck.” Don’t get me wrong. In the board room, such language is clearly inappropriate… unless the CEO says it first. It’s not like I can’t control my Continue reading Place your bets, place your bets! SportsChump sets odds on the next ESPN personality to be suspended
“I see your true colors shining through.” -Cyndi Lauper Britt McHenry is in the news for a change and not reporting it. Who is Britt McHenry, you ask? Don’t feel bad. I had never heard of her either and I Continue reading Britt McHenry berates tow lot attendant, Twitter berates Britt McHenry: The circle of life continues
If you had been paying close enough attention, you could have seen this coming a mile away. ESPN is making its own news again. This time around, they literally created a story out of the cool Los Angeles air. As Continue reading ESPN celebrates Pick On Kobe Bryant Week
I was sitting there, delving into the reheated roast pork, kidney beans, white rice and caramelized onions that I had cooked for dinner the night before. With hours to go before work, I had time to sit back, relax and Continue reading Don’t mind me. I’m just complaining about Stephen A. Smith again.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If that’s the case, I guess Stephen A. Smith has finally made the big time.
Some people just drive me batty. I like to consider myself a pretty patient person but as I get a little longer in the tooth, I’m finding out there’s a lot more crap I won’t tolerate… and a lot of Continue reading SportsChump not so proudly presents the Danica Patrick Chart of Ever-Increasing Annoyance
I have a new favorite television show. As most of you already know, my set never strays far from the family of ESPN networks, unless of course there’s a sporting event on another channel I should be watching.
Since I couldn’t make it to either Miami or New Orleans for Super Bowl XLIV, I decided to hunker down in front of the laptop and Tweet the night away. I was curious to see a) who else was doing Continue reading Tweeting for the Super Bowl