Skip to Content

Articles Submitted for sportschump.net/

Enlightening moments in sports interview history, Vol. 1: Linda Cohn and Ken Griffey, Jr.

sportschump.net - Ken Griffey, Jr. will go down as one of the most talented players in baseball history. He’s sixth all-time on the career home run list. He finished his 22 years in the league with just shy of 3,000 ...

When yelling at inanimate objects makes absolutely perfect sense

sportschump.net - Albert Einstein is credited with defining insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. If that’s the case, I must be a lunatic for repeatedly yelling instructions at my golf ball in ...

Richie Incognito trashes his Ferrari, then gets trashed on Twitter

sportschump.net - When news of the big, bad, bully-cognito first surfaced months ago, I tried to give former Dolphins (extremely) offensive guard Richie Incognito the benefit of the doubt. When I heard of the verbal tiffs and inflammatory texts exchanged between ...


A Mike Tyson-inspired caption contest that pulls no punches

sportschump.net - You guys know how much I like a good caption contest. I feel they bring out the creativity, and quite often perversion, in all of us. My most recent caption contest featured one of the oddest pairings we’d seen in ...

Sharper reasons not to watch the NFL

sportschump.net - What the hell is going on with professional football players these days? You have one guy, Darren Sharper, who was just arrested for date-raping the females he would meet in bars, as if being a good-looking and obviously wealthy, professional athlete ...

Have we nothing better to talk about? Rethinking the ridiculousness of the NBA Mount Rushmore argument

sportschump.net - I had really planned on leaving this one alone. After all, choosing the four best players to have ever played a sport is entirely subjective. I might include Player A on my mountainside and justify that argument until ...


Bad teams! Bad!

sportschump.net - We’ve talked a lot about fandom over the past few months, more specifically when it is acceptable for sports fans to switch allegiances and what rights we have as fans when our teams let us down year after year with ...

Chumpservations, Vol. 30: Phone books, sneaker pimps, oddball gratuities and the world’s most famous Heimlich

sportschump.net - I came home the other morning to find a phone book sitting on my front door step. They’ve gotten considerably smaller over the years. I grew up in New York City. Back then, we had three separate phone books ...

Things that make you go Brrrrrr!

sportschump.net - While gratuitously spreading suntan lotion all over our bodies, those of us who live in Florida tend to forget about the cold weather that can torment the rest of the country. The mere mention of a blizzard on network ...

Page: 1 / 37 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Last ›