There are bad jokes and bad jocks. They are not necessarily exclusive.
Here's the evidence for anyone who ever thought sports figures were good role models.
Bob Reno's Bad Jocks has been sniffing out athletic bad behavior since 2003.
He monitors high school coach scandals, drunken zamboni drivers, naked cheerleaders, football players, deer hunters, and dart throwers on steroids. No one is safe.
The archives let you visit back to 2003, but the site itself also links to misbehaving animals and celebrities (Britney and Paris acting like...well, you know.)
Bob Reno was interviewed on All Things Considered on NPR. He was inspired to start his web site by the antics of Tonya Harding and Darryl Strawberry. Today, he tries to pick up obscure stories as well as the stuff covered by the major media.
[Why Can't You Behave, lyrics by Cole Porter from "Kiss Me, Kate."]