What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
It’s that time of year again for all you loyal Dubsists out there. It’s time yet again for our Thanksgiving-weekend tradition here at Dubsism; today is the day we open the nomination period for our coveted awards for various achievements in the world of sport. For the twelfth January in a row, we here at Dubsism will be handing out our awards. Regardless of where you are reading this, the fact you are here means you likely have read a lot of other sports stuff, and therefore likely have a better idea of whom to give these awards than do the drunken bunch of keyboard droolers on the staff here at Dubsism.
You can always check out our previous awards should you have any questions as to the reasons for which the awards are given, and if you don’t know, you can also do web search on the people for whom the awards are named. They are both telling and self-explanatory.
Having said that, here is the Dubsy award nomination ballot. Simply fill in your nominees (be sure to include pertinent facts; links to supporting evidence are always welcome, and depending on the reason for nomination, it may be required by the Dubsism legal department), then copy and paste your ballot into an email addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are very few criteria for submitting a ballot:
We also will be giving honorable mentions to the best nominees which are pretty damn good, but didn’t win. For those, we will post your name and a link to your blog/web-page if you wish. If you don’t wish, then don’t give it to us…
Deadline for submission is 5 p.m. Eastern U.S. time on Monday, December 28th, 2020.
For more information on last year’s winners, click here.
The Mickey Klutts Award for Unfortunate Naming
Previous Winner: Socrates Brito, Outfielder, Toronto Blue Jays
The Bobby Knight Award for Achievements in Dramatic Public Meltdowns
Previous Winner: Stefanos Tsitsipas, tennis player
The Bevo and Ralphie Award for Mascot Buffoonery
Previous Winner: Bevo, University of Texas
The Budd Dwyer Award for Excellence in Career Suicide
Previous Winner: Antonio Brown,
former NFL wide receiver
The Ed Hochuli Award for the Best Call
Previous Winner: Hakim Laws, hero and Philadelphia Eagles fan
The Jason Sehorn Award for Being Completely Overrated
Previous Winner: Jim Harbaugh, head football coach, University of Michigan
The Clinton-Nixon Award for Cover-Up Futility
Previous Winner: D.J. Cooper, former Ohio University basketball player
The Charles O. Finley Award for Achievements in Cheap
Previous Winner: The Alliance of American Football
The Joe Kapp Award for Being Run Out of Town
Previous Winner: Willie Taggart, former head football coach, Florida State University
The Bobby Layne Award for Best Performance While Drunk
Previous Winner: Jason Nix, pitcher, San Diego Padres
The Artis Gilmore Award for Achievements in Hair Boldness
Previous Winner: Mike Fiers, Pitcher, Oakland A’s
The Kyle Orton Award for Achievements in Partying
Previous Co-Winners: Aaron Rodgers, quarterback, and David Bakhtiari, offensive tackle, Green Bay Packers
The Vasily Alexseyev Award for Plus-Sized Achievement
Previous Winner: C.C. Sabathia, former pitcher New York Yankees
The Jamie Moyer Award for Excellence in Geriatrics
Previous Winner: Zdeno Chara, defenseman, Boston Bruins
The Vinko Bogotaj Award For Epic Failure
Previous Winner: Max Scherzer, pitcher, Washington Nationals
The Joe Theismann Award For Gruesome Injuries
Previous Winner: Samantha Cerio, gymnast, Auburn University
The Dick Vermeil Award For Great Moments in Crying:
Previous Winner: Steve Hansen, New Zealand national rugby coach
The Gene Mauch Lifetime Achievement Award
Previous Winner: Eddie Sutton
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