Few all access-type TV shows have the immediate name recognition that go along with HBOs Hard Knocks series that has provided so many memorable moments over the years.
A number of programs have opened their doors to similar all access shows on a smaller scale, including Notre Dame a few years ago, and Louisville is set to become the latest as they open their doors to the ACC Network, according to WDRB.
The series will peel back the curtain on the first season under Scott Satterfield and his staff as they look to continue to build positive momentum created during the off season coaching change away from the Bobby Petrino era through the 2019 season.
Athletic director Vince Tyra shared the following via WDRB:
“It’ll be several episodes, just like you’ve seen in Hard Knocks. There’s been some reports and other stories out there, but this will be more broad-based. ESPN certainly has shown an interest in coach Satterfield. . . . I think he’ll do a great job with this.”
The series is still searching for a title, the article points out.
The ACC Network is due to launch August 22nd – which is more than 13 years after the launch of the trailblazing Big Ten Network, and almost five years to the day after the launch of the SEC Network.