Since launching BYU Insider in 2014 this blog has been the go-to site for BYU football and basketball recruiting, as well as “where are they now” type alumni trackers.  Since it’s inception I have written over 500 posts for the site, which means I spend A LOT of time working on this site. In a perfect world I would be writing new articles all the time so that we can all bask in BYU greatness.  However, in reality I’m just a normal guy that really loves my day job as a teacher and being with my family the rest of the time.  So my BYU writing time is pretty limited.  That is why I only write one article per week (at most).

And that’s where you come in.  If you have the inside scoop on something related to BYU sports and/or are interested in doing the requisite internet research to get that inside information, please consider applying to be a guest contributor to BYU Insider. To apply simply email me a short email that lists 1) the proposed title of your article, 2) a short (like 100-200 word) description of what your article will be, and 3) a short bio that includes your name, pseudonym, or preferred title; a short description of who you are and possibly why you’re interested in BYU sports; and a link to your website (if you have one).

What do you get from it?  If your application is selected you will be able to write and submit your article for publication in BYU Insider.  Your writing will still be screened prior to publication, but just to ensure it is “BYU audience” friendly.  You will get credit for writing the article and we will link back to your website (if you have one).  You won’t be paid, won’t get a participation trophy, won’t be elected President… but you will feel warm and fuzzy inside and have your article out there on a pretty cool website.

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