I do not know anyone who does, but you might want to contact television and news stations to see if your writing skills can be of use to them. Their are newspapers of different kinds everywhere that you could call. Check the library for lists of contacts concerning sports writer syndications. Maybe you could try to talk to coaches to see how they feel about you writing about their talented team players. Maybe coaches and universities might have connections. Check out radio station managers to see who they might know that would let you work as a sports writer, or assistant sports writer learning the ropes. Check out retired sports writers. Maybe they might know someone who will give you a break. You might even try writing to senators who might know people in the sports world that you could talk too. Make as much use out of telephone numbers that want charge you for phone calls while your gathering information. Try to talk using 1-800 numbers to avoid big phone bills. Good luck and God Bless You. Hope you get the job you want to have. You might also leave your name and sports writing desire at your local employment office to let professionals know your available for that specific kind of work.Also get as much training in the field as well.