Originally written on Sorry Bro: Sports Through Houser  |  Last updated 11/13/14

Loser.


Winner. How?

The Six Sports: Goodell and NCAA's Money First Leagues, Dana White's world, Overseas Futbol, The Challenge, Stern's Slave League and Big Brother.

Don't call it an upset, call it a tragedy. Butthurt reality show juries think irrationally. A game about strategy and they chose the puppet to win over the puppetmaster. 6-1 vote? For the unaware sports fan: Think if they gave 2004 Tiger Woods' $2 million winning tournament check to just Stevie Williams just because they didn't like how Tiger Woods dominated their fairway and greens.

Dan Gheesling eliminates you all and you extract revenge by choosing a guy, Ian Terry, who Dan manipulated ever since he needed a fifth vote and let Ian into his foursome alliance. Respect the game, houseguests who never watched more than a full day of Big Brother episodes in their lives and only joined the cast because they lost hope in their current life. Ian didn't deserve to win ever since the words "Quack Pack" came out of his mouth.

PS - You think I'm done shaming this cast who was solid entertainment due to their unmindfulness and constant backstabs due to them thinking Big Brother household has morals? No. [Redacted]. [Redacted]. [Redacted]. [Redacted]. (Damn my editor.) Hey Viacom (sorry FOX Sports) and Julie Chen, I'm interested in joining the 6th sport for BB15. Send the contract, and we'll negotiate if you can afford my ruthless mentality and sex appeal. [Follow me @TravisHouser]


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