SportSnipe, a San Diego-based startup, recently launched to offer an aggregation of sports content from across the Web. SportSnipe aggregates over 1,360 feeds and looks to be expanding is collection daily. All feeds for NCAA football will are said to be coming soon. SportSnipe is aimed to provide users a way to get all their sports content on a single site. SportSnipe also pulls in video content from about every site that allows a video thumbnails (i.e. MSN, YouTube, Google, Metacafe, etc.).
Brothers and co-founders, Adam and Brandon Eatros, started the site, and plan to include a full user integrated forum, user blogs, user submitted stories, user competitions, an updated design, among many items.
Currently, SportSnipe has personalized homepage-like qualities which stacks it up with some tough competition (i.e. myAOL, iGoogle, MyYahoo, etc.) however, SportSnipe plans look to steer towards becoming a platform for the sports conversations (blogs, forums, etc) positioning itself as a Topix-like site for sports lovers.