Penn State Football to be Featured on ESPN All-Access: Training Days Series
Fans will get a chance to look inside Penn State football’s preparations for the 2013 season later this month as an ESPN film crew follows around Bill O’Brien and company through summer training camp, which begins August 5.
The program, called “Training Days”, will air on ESPN on August 20 at 7 p.m.
The show debuted in 2010 and is similar to HBO’s “Hard Knocks.” Alabama, Ohio State, and Oklahoma have all been profiled since its inception.
The program will “showcase behind-the-scenes access to on- and off-field activities, team meetings and campus facilities. The segments will introduce players and coaches as they compete in pre-season training camp,” according to the release.
Here’s the full Oklahoma episode from 2011 if you want to get a sense for how epic this could be:
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“I knew my mom did it and I knew I was going to finish, but having her there pushing me, talking to me, and keeping me occupied definitely took my mind off the pain.”
The potential upside for George Campbell and what he can bring to Penn State’s offense is huge.
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