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HBO Releases Trailer For 'Hard Knocks' College Football Show

A closeup of Mike Leach during a Washington State football game

LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 21: Head coach Mike Leach of the Washington State Cougars looks on trailing 39-36 to the USC Trojans during the fourth quarter at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on September 21, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Are you a fan of HBO's Hard Knocks? Or maybe Netflix's Last Chance U? Both shows capture the attention of football fans everywhere. It allows fans to get a behind-the-scenes look of certain teams.

But Hard Knocks just shows an NFL team during the preseason. And Last Chance U focuses on the season the year before the show airs — not to mention it follows a JUCO football team.

For those who've been wanting a behind-the-scenes look at prominent college football programs, the long wait is over. HBO's new show, 24/7 College Football, will debut on Oct. 2. 2019.

The four-part limited-series will run four consecutive weeks, each week following a new team. The four teams which will be covered include: Florida, Penn State, Arizona State and Washington State.

With the first episode just six days away, HBO has released a trailer for the new show.

It's clear that the episodes will focus mainly on the team's head coaches. Florida's Dan Mullen, Penn State's James Franklin, Arizona State's Herm Edwards and Washington State's Mike Leach are all known to be polarizing figures in college football. It'll be fun to get a glimpse into what it would be like to play for each of them.

A new episode debuts each Wednesday in October. It will show footage of the team's preparation leading up to the team's game prior to each episode.

Here's the show's four-part schedule:

  • Oct. 2 - Florida
  • Oct. 9 - Penn State
  • Oct. 16 - Arizona State
  • Oct. 23 - Washington State

Who else is excited to tune in and watch HBO's '24/7 College Football'?