Posts Tagged ‘Jason Whitlock’


January 29, 2010

Care to take a guess as to what profession has the highest divorce rate? It’s writers who cover professional basketball. The divorce rate for NBA beat writers is apparently 300% higher than the national average. Fox Sports columnist Jason Whitlock thinks he knows why.

Post Traumatic Size Disorder.

Yes, Greg Oden’s sexting miscue has led to an entire article on penis size (or media members lack thereof.) According to Whitlock’s latest column, NBA writers suffer from such an extreme case of penis envy that it leads to Post Traumatic Size Disorder.

Oden has already apologized for his enormous penis size.

Exercising the Penis: How to Make Your Most Prized Organ Bigger, Harder and Healthier (Penis Enlargement)


July 16, 2009






Saying “God didn’t make cookie cutters,” tennis player Serena Williams has come out to defend herself against a blistering column written by Jason Whitlock last week. Despite winning three of the last four majors in womens tennis and owning 11 Grand Slam titles, Williams found herself on the wrong end of Whitlock’s keyboard.

Whitlock is one of the most entertaining columnists in America. Usually his columns are intelligent, insightful and well-reasoned.

However, the portly one is drawing fire for his most recent column. In his Fox Sports piece, Whitlock claims that Williams could be the greatest tennis player of all-time but she would “rather eat, half-ass her way through non-major tournaments and complain.”

Whitlock says Williams needs “a little less butt and a smidgen more guts.” Whitlock also calls Williams “an underachiever” who lacks courage. He contends that with harder work, Serena Williams “would easily be as big as Michael Jackson, dwarf Tiger Woods and take a run at Rosa Parks.” Whitlock also says Williams could be “Michael Jordan, Jim Brown and Muhammad Ali rolled into one” and “when she’s in shape, she’s every bit as sexy as Beyonce.”

Realising the hypocrisy of his criticizing anyone’s chubbiness, Whitlock concludes his article by saying weight is stopping Serena Williams from “fulfilling her destiny.” Meanwhile, as a sportswriter, Whitlock writes that by being “plump and lazy” himself, he IS actually fulfilling his destiny.

Whitlock also writes, “Big Booty Women-do not write me angry e-mails…”

Yeah, good luck with that.


May 9, 2009



Back in 2006, Kansas City Star columnist Jason Whitlock had a very bitter and public parting with ESPN. Whitlock was fired by The Worldwide Leader after he bashed co-workers Mike Lupica and Scoop Jackson in an interview with the sports blog The Big Lead. Now with, Whitlock still takes potshots at ESPN every chance he gets. This week he got another opportunity when Congress held hearings on “the future of journalism.

In his latest column, Whitlock expresses sadness that he didn’t get a chance to testify before Congress about what’s wrong with journalism today. According to Jason Whitlock, it’s ESPN. Whitlock makes some valid points when he decries the all-too-cozy, often incestuious, relationship ESPN has with the very sports it covers. However, he does go a bit far in his characterizations about how evil ESPN is.

Whitlock calls ESPN a “dictatorship.” He also says the network is an “arrogant, reckless, destructive” monopoly. According to Whitlock, such monopolies should be seen as “threats to democracy and our way of life.”

Whitlock does have some criticism for the journalistic profession that doesn’t involve ESPN. He recently bashed SI’s Selena Roberts over her coverage of the Alex Rodriguez steroid scandal. Whitlock also contends journalists are “no more virtuous than Bernie Madoff or Rod Blagojevich.”




November 27, 2008



Jason Whitlock is awesome!

In his column for today, Whitlock absolutely hammers ESPN. Among other things, Whitlock calls The Worldwide Leader “the most evil and destructive force in the sports world,” “devoid of journalistic ethics,” and “the enemy of the truth.”

Whitlock also credits ESPN for the “destruction” of sports journalism. He says the network is too tied financially to the sports they cover. Whitlock concludes his article by noting, “Sports media is dying and ESPN is Dr. Jack Kevorkian. You’re dying too. ESPN just hasn’t told you yet.”

You have to love Whitlock even if you don’t agree with him. He has not only burned his bridges with ESPN (his former employer), he’s taken a flamethrower to them! Whitlock left ESPN in 2006 after an interview he did with the sports blog The Big Lead. In that interview, Whitlock called Mike Lupica of The Sports Reporters “an insecure, mean-spirited, busy body.” He also referred to Scoop Jackson, his fellow African-American Page 2 colleague, as “fake ghetto” and a “clown.”

Whitlock’s parting with ESPN was bitter. He’s been looking for a vehicle to unload on them ever since. Wednesday he found it. Whitlock used the undefeated season of his alma mater, Ball State, to unleash his pent up emotions and fury upon ESPN.