April 17, 2014

Ohio State Football to be Subject of ESPN Reality Show

Via press release, Ohio State fans will get a close-up on the 2012 football season with new head coach Urban Meyer when ESPN debuts a series of All-Access specials beginning August 14 on ESPNU and additional ESPN platforms. ESPN All-Access: Ohio State Training Days will showcase the Buckeyes as they train under Ohio native (Ashtabula, Ohio) Meyer who has returned from a coaching hiatus to lead the team. 

With extensive behind-the-scenes access to on- and off-field play, team meetings and campus facilities, ESPN cameras will introduce players and coaches as they complete grueling pre-season training across six days. Viewers will see four, 30-minute specials on ESPNU (August 14-17), a five-part series across College Football Live Presented by Dick’s Sports Goods and SportsCenter (August 19-24) and a one-hour special on ESPN (August 22).
 
Lee Fitting, ESPN senior coordinating producer, said, “Anytime we can provide behind-the-scenes access inside one of the traditional power programs, it’s a treat for the viewers and the fans. Urban Meyer’s success at Florida and the unique story lines surrounding the Ohio State program will add to the intrigue of this series.”
 
Date Time (ET) Show Network
Tue, Aug. 14 5 p.m. ESPN All-Access: Ohio State Training Days ESPNU
Wed, Aug. 15 5 p.m. ESPN All-Access: Ohio State Training Days ESPNU
Thu, Aug. 16 5 p.m. ESPN All-Access: Ohio State Training Days ESPNU
Fri, Aug. 17 5 p.m. ESPN All-Access: Ohio State Training Days ESPNU
Sun, Aug. 19 4:30 or 11 p.m. SportsCenter ESPN
*Mon, Aug. 20 3:30 p.m. College Football Live Presented by Dick’s Sporting Goods ESPNU
*Tue, Aug. 21 3:30 p.m. College Football Live Presented by Dick’s Sporting Goods ESPN
*Wed, Aug. 22 3:30 p.m. College Football Live Presented by Dick’s Sporting Goods ESPN
  7 p.m. ESPN All-Access: Ohio State Training Days ESPN
*Thu, Aug. 23 3:30 p.m. College Football Live Presented by Dick’s Sporting Goods ESPN
Fri, Aug. 24 3:30 p.m. College Football Live Presented by Dick’s Sporting Goods ESPN

 

  • BenRM

    I wonder if Mark May will stop being the world’s biggest d-bag now that Urban Meyer is at OSU and Meyer is one of ESPN’s favorite sons.

  • Garry_Owen

    No. He won’t. He can’t. He’ll just be jealous of the “favored son” status.

  • Dee P

    I always thought May was behind the ESPN lawsuit vs. OSU.

  • Wingman

    Are they gonna interview Ohio state players lawyers to . Lol . What a joke to pick them.

  • Poop

    Good one dousche bag

  • Scooter

    If you are going to call someone a douche bag, at least spell it right.

  • BenRM

    Players lawyers. Is that like students athletes but with a JD?

  • http://www.facebook.com/tweyand1 T.j. Weyand

    What a joke of a hypocritical company espn is. Total discuss! Leave Ohio State alone. Always the first to tear us down, and the first to ride our coattails for the ratings

  • GABucknut

    I spoke with an offensive lineman from the 1988 Buckeyes team last month while visiting the Woody Hayes Center. He played with Mark May for the Redskins. He stated that May’s hatred for The Buckeyes stems from Woody Hayes not Recruiting him

  • http://www.facebook.com/luke.jones.5473 Luke Jones

    Mark May is the biggest DOUCHEBAG in the world and you would think he went to that school up north as uneducated as he is. He wouldnt pick Ohio State to beat the Blind and Disabled. Such an Asshole !

  • Mike

    Haven’t we learned anything don’t invite these D-bags on Ohio State grounds.

  • http://www.facebook.com/britton.george Britton George

    ESPN hates OSU with a passion yet its sad they just use them for ratings. I dunno what its gonna take for them to quit using the program as a punching bag like they have over the years,

  • buckdawg

    Spelling doesn’t change the fact that you are a douche…mostlikely another jealous Michigan fan that hates us because he ain’t us like mark may.