Writer, Garnet and Black Attack (South Carolina Gamecocks) – Contract
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Garnet and Black Attack, the SB Nation blog covering the South Carolina Gamecocks, is hiring writers. The writers will be responsible for helping cover Gamecocks sports — primarily football, but basketball and other athletics, too — on an agreed-upon schedule.
Our best candidates will:
- Have a passion for the Gamecocks and will already be familiar with Garnet and Black Attack.
- Be able to produce and edit a clean copy.
- Be comfortable working in a remote environment.
- Previous sportswriting experience is preferred.
These are remote contractor positions that pay monthly stipends. Some daytime availability is preferred. To apply, submit a resume, cover letter, and a sports-related writing sample. You must submit all three items to be considered for this role.
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