I once read a book entitled “Necessities.” The book is no longer in print, which is a shame for its message resonates thirty years later. It drew its title from an old Al Campanis quote where, on live television, the Continue reading Book Review: Rise of the Black Quarterback by Jason Reid
We’re going to start a new feature here at SportsChump where we celebrate the ugly by sticking the proverbial fork in it. And in this year’s NFL, there is plenty of ugly to go around. Even though it’s only Week Continue reading Stick a fork in ‘em Sunday
Tony Dungy had been one of the most untouchable men in all of sports. Former head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Super Bowl winning coach of the Indianapolis Colts, the first African-American male ever to do so, Dungy Continue reading The Dungy Dilemma
We take a brief break from the world of sports to bring you this catchy musical interlude. Tony Dungy would likely not approve.
Brett Favre has retired yet again and this time he means it… we think. Then again “Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter” was supposed to be the final Jason movie.
Richard Pryor hosted Saturday Night Live in its flagship season of 1975. The interesting thing about that broadcast is that it wasn’t actually live. Pryor’s comedy was so cutting edge and profane at the time that NBC used a Continue reading Gruden Goes Prime Time: Censors Get Ready