And now The Sporting News is entering the fray.
"We're tired of always being left out of the conversation when it comes to sports magazines," said Sporting News managing editor Robert Chase. "But those days are about to be over."
Coming as early as its next issue, depending on how fast they can get photos, The Sporting News will publish its first "Athletes and Their Genitals" issue featuring nothing but close-up photos of athlete genitalia.
"The title of the issue isn't set in stone," says Chase. "We're worried 'Genitals' may sound too clinical for what we want to show. This isn't an anatomy book. It's just up-skirt shots and dong photos. We're also considering 'Pictures of Athlete Junk' and 'Athlete Dick and Beaver Shots.'"
Fox Sports broadcaster Joe Buck told his partner Troy Aikman today that their relationship is over and that he will getting back with Tim McCarver, with whom he has a history.
"People think because you were a football player that you don't have a feelings," said Aikman. "But we do. And this hurts. It hurts a lot."
Unless that's one of the Giants. In which case he would be fitter than most baseball players.
Executives blame the fact that the show wasn't able to capitalize on the built-in audience from shows featuring current Bengals teammates Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens. The show garnered the third lowest Nielsen numbers in the history of the network, narrowly edging out "Dustin Diamond Eats Bugs" and "Gonorrhea or Syphilis?" for the bottom spot.
Caddy tip: Put on some pants.
Known for his PBS documentaries "The Civil War", "Baseball" and "Jazz", "Lingerie Football" will focus on the early 2000s and lingerie football's impact on American culture. Tonight's debut installment, "From Fantasy To Reality", will present the birth of lingerie football, a sport that was conceived while its creator was masturbating.