Nothing wrong with a man who is into sports--I prefer em, coming from a family of sports nuts. (It gives you time to yourself, if nothing else.) What I cannot abide, however, is men who have never set foot on a field or court of any kind who refuse to believe that women can know a little something about the sport in question. I will defer to someone who has played sports in HS and college (my current bf, father and uncle lettered in 3 sports)--I will not defer to a non-athlete who has only played fantasy football, because they typically do not know any more than a woman who has steeped in their families obsession. In my experience the athletes are *way* less chauvinistic in this regard (and are eager to explain their passion to you) than non athletes, so, ladies? Don't believe the stereotypes.
In regards to the list of standards and how to approach this subject...criteria #4 really bothers me. Nobody should be at anybody's beck and call, especially early in a relationship, whether it's friendship or romance. That is something that must be earned, and it must be mutual. OP, does she expect this of friends too? Because if she does? She's not worth the time and energy. (Been there, done that, had the undereye bags to prove it.)