Write for Alamodome Audible. Get Paid.

Thanks to the support of our Patreon subscribers we’re able to ensure that every writer who publishes a by-line on this website will be paid for their efforts. We’re open to all pitches and pay a variable rate based off the length of the article, amount of research performed, costs incurred to write/research the article, complexity of the topic, etc.

Here are a few areas which we’re especially interested in publishing freelance articles about:

  • UTSA  sports outside of football
  • Football recruiting
  • UTSA history (sports and otherwise)
  • Player profiles/interviews
  • Statistical analysis across all sports
  • Features relating to UTSA’s connection to the city of San Antonio/south Texas

If you have a feature idea that you think would be perfect for our site please submit the form on this page to let us know. If we think it’s a great fit we’ll get back to you with a proposed stipend. Please be prepared to provide at least one previous writing example.

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Guest Articles

Witnessing The Emergence of UTSA as San Antonio’s Team

Author: Edward Benningfield – @eddieb1256  The saying goes winning cures everything.  In San Antonio, this holds true.  For the duration of UTSA’s foray into Division …

UTSA Men’s Basketball Out of Conference Preview

Author: Joel Valdez – @UTSARowdy It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Roadrunner basketball is nigh. The UTSA men’s basketball team is expected to …

Traylor & the Tree of UTSA

Author: Jacob Mauceri – @mxuceri It goes without saying that UTSA is currently experiencing a historic season in college football (I promise zero cheese is …

The Reality of the G5 and the College Football Playoff

Author: Edward Benningfield – @eddieb1256  In March 2011, some friends and I stumbled into a bar in the Quarry for lunch.  UTSA, two days prior, …

The Curious Case of Jhivvan Jackson

Editor’s Note: We are beyond thrilled to welcome Alex Sundin to Alamodome Audible as our Basketball Correspondent.  Alex recently graduated from UTSA with a B.A. …

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