Welcome to StateoftheSport.com

It’s pretty simple – we enjoy sports. We love talking about Sports! We like the engagement. For us, it connects us. It is something we are passionate about. It gives us something in common. Be controversial, be unpredictable, be respectful – but get engaged.

Collectively, we are approachable. We are the group that you would feel comfortable eavesdropping on in a sports bar, and joining in with a strong voice and opinion without an invitation – we like people like that.

Challenge us – engage us – link to us – it’s the reason we are here, and we WILL reply.

We don’t take ourselves too seriously, but, opinions do matter and we stand firm on ours. The satisfaction lies in the exchange. So jump in – it won’t sting.

We represent a great cross-section of personalities, styles, interests, and opinions. We have been known to take the opposite side of a topic just to create a debate. No reality TV drama here – just good, clean, fun.

Shout at us – sometimes we deserve it. But hey, it’s your opinion, and we value it. So become a member. Register with us. Bookmark us. Link to us. By all means contradict us. But whatever you do – JOIN US.


The StateoftheSport.com Team.


Chris Canavan
I am an athlete that loves to talk sports. My expertise is in football; I played for ten years and 3 were in college. Throughout my life I have competed seriously in baseball, basketball, hockey, and rugby. I try to comment on current stories in sports and add a fresh opinion to them. I welcome other opinions and want to be interactive with my readers. So, leave comments and let me know what you think.
  Ryan Kaufman
I have been a sports fanatic ever since I watched Joe Carter win the 1993 World Series. That moment also made me want to be a sports journalist. I have been a sports broadcaster for eight years and now I want to supplement that by writing about sports.
  Richard Barber
I am a hard working college student with an undying passion for sports. Writing for stateofthesport.com allows me to share that passion with others while at the same time honing my writing skills. It really is a unique opportunity that I have taken on with a great deal of excitement. I hope for readers to enjoy reading my articles as much as I enjoy writing them. Follow me on Twitter @richardbarber26.


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