ESPN To Air All-Access Special On Oklahoma State

Sunday, September 23rd 2012, 9:46 pm
By: News 9

The Oklahoma State football program has decided to open its doors for ESPN for the second consecutive season.

OSU coach Mike Gundy allowed ESPN cameras into the meeting rooms and Tuesday's practice for an all-access show scheduled to air twice this week.

The show is scheduled to air Tuesday at 5 p.m. and Wednesday at 9 p.m. leading up to the Cowboys' home game against No. 12 Texas.

"As a coach, you're always hesitant at times to let people inside meetings and practice - all-access is what it is - but I think it's valuable," Gundy said. "I think we have a lot to show, that people want to see what's going on inside our football program. We decided to go ahead and let them come."

Gundy and his staff allowed ESPN complete access during fall camp in 2011 for its "Depth Chart" show that chronicled the day-to-day lives of Brandon Weeden and OSU's other quarterbacks.