ESPNU to Premiere College Football All-Access Specials

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ESPNU to Premiere College Football All-Access Specials

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ESPNU HD will air five college football specific ESPNU All-Access specials on consecutive Wednesdays, beginning on Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. ET with the Florida State Seminoles. The 30-minute show guides fans through a typical day of a Football Bowl Subdivision program as seen from the perspective of the coaches and players. All shows will air in high definition.

Each individual show delves into the inner workings with unique access to that episode’s featured team. ESPNU All-Access gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at practices, team meetings and facilities, while highlighting the coaches and players on and off the field.

ESPNU All-Access: Mississippi State will air Oct. 13, at 6 p.m. ESPNU All-Access: Oregon State is slated to air on Oct. 20, at 7 p.m. and ESPNU: All-Access Appalachian State will be on Oct. 27, at 6 p.m. An additional school will be added in the coming weeks.

The 24-hour college sports television network airs more than 650 live events annually and offers over 400 original studio shows. ESPNU has seen a steady increase since its inception on March 4, 2005 and is now in over 73 million households. The brand is also available in high definition on ESPNUHD, now in over 17 million homes.


Media Contact: Rachel Margolis at 860-766-2798 or [email protected]

Rachel Margolis Siegal

As part of the College Sports PR team at ESPN, it has been an exciting adventure for me since I joined the worldwide leader in July 2010, working on college football, college basketball, college lacrosse and WNBA properties. I began my love of sports as the manager of several high school sports teams and continued that hobby into college. While at Quinnipiac, I worked in the Sports Information Department, which led me to a summer internship at the New Haven Ravens, a AA baseball team, and an eventual job with the Athletic Communications Department at the University of Connecticut. After my five-year stint at Connecticut, I spent six years as Director of Communications at the BIG EAST Conference in Providence, R.I. before joining ESPN.
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