Don’t You Dare Call This Man Brooksy

Photo: Golf.com

His name is not Brooksy. That is not the name of the person in the photo above. His name is Bryson, Bryson DeChambeau.

After Bryson, not Brooksy, continued to take L after L in his very public feud with Brooks Koepka, fans began calling Bryson “Brooksy” (remember, his name is not Brooksy, it’s Bryson).

The PGA Tour had apparently seen enough, and leaped to Bryson’s (not Brooksy’s) defense:


Listen, we’re an anti-bullying blog here at UDS. But if a professional athlete cannot handle fans calling him the wrong name, maybe your focus isn’t in the right place.

So, just to review:

– Bryson, not Brooksy, argued with rules officials whilst carding a 10 on the 15th hole at The Memorial Tournament last year.

– Bryson, not Brooksy, asked for a free drop because of ants at last year’s WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.

– Bryson, not Brooksy, had his caddie quit on him mere hours before the 2021 Rocket Mortgage Challenge.

– Bryson, not Brooksy, was compared to an “eight-year-old that gets mad” after blaming his clubs in a post round interview after The Open this year.

– Bryson, not Brooksy, told a fan to “get the fuck out” after being called Brooksy (not Bryson), after losing The BMW Championship this past weekend.

Per everyone’s favorite golfer’s wishes, we wanted to make it clear the Bryson DeChambeau, and no one else, is responsible for the above.

Good luck with the non-name change, champ.

Sunday State of Mind: May 24th-May 30th

It’s a holiday weekend, and we’re here with a wrap up of what happened in sports this week with Sunday State of Mind.

The biggest story far and wide, the rivalry continues to grow
Brooks Koepka went viral with disdain for Bryson DeChambeau
Most golf fans would agree with Brooks, Bryson’s a bit of a tool
No surprise Tom Brady came in, and continued his Twitter Rule

Another weird moment this week, in the story of Julio Jones
When speaking with Shannon Sharpe, “didn’t know” he was on the phone
Either way it seems to be the end of Julio in the A
His relationship with the Falcons continues to decay

The NBA playoffs just keep chugging along
The Sixers, Hawks, and Nets are all looking strong
The Cinderella Knicks might be ending their run soon
Only seemed a few weeks ago they were going to the moon

Sunday State of Mind: August 17th-August 23rd

Photo: Photo by Jeremy Bishop on Unsplash

Happy Sunday, all. Please enjoy this week’s SSM…

Earl Thomas, in trouble a bunch
Sketchy activity with his brother, now a teammate punch
The Baltimore Ravens lost their defensive toy
Don’t be surprised if Earl is the next Dallas Cowboy

One of my new favorite teams, the San Diego Padres
They’ve hit five grand slams in the last six days
Hosmer, Machado, Fernando Tatis
Pitchers serving it up, and the Padres feast

No more Brooks Kopeka in 2020
The 2019 patella injury, still bugging him plenty
This week he withdrew from the Northern Trust
Ending his season, a total bust

This is a stanza I don’t want to write
The White Sox have taken it to the Cubs the last two nights
Jose Abreu is on an absolute tear
Sox beating up on the Cubs, a sight too sad to bare