Share this story...
Latest News

HBO announces Arizona State will be part of ‘Hard Knocks’-like show

TEMPE, AZ - AUGUST 29: Arizona State Sun Devils offensive lineman Cohl Cabral (73) blocks during the college football game between the Kent State Golden Flashes and the Arizona State Sun Devils on August 29, 2019 at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona. (Photo by Kevin Abele/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

The Arizona State football team will be featured on the upcoming HBO Sports’ series 24/7 College Football.

It was first mentioned that HBO was in talks with schools to execute this project in August. The show is an all-access college football series that mimics Hard Knocks.

“Viewers will feel the tremendous electricity of some of the best atmospheres in the country, and see the meticulous preparation and challenges facing these programs in the build-up to game day and during the game action,” executive producer Rick Bernstein said in a press release Wednesday.

ASU, Florida, Penn State and Washington State are the teams that college football fans will get a look. Each week, the show will follow a different program.

Arizona State’s episode will air Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. after they host Washington State Oct. 12.

Fans can watch the episodes on HBO On Demand, HBO NOW, HBO GO and partners’ streaming platforms.

The series will kickoff Oct. 2 with a look at Florida as they gear up for their Sept. 28 game against Towson University.

Episode 2 chronicles Penn State ahead of their Oct. 5 game against Purdue and airs Oct. 9.

The series concludes out Oct. 23 with a look at Washington State as they prepare to host Colorado Oct. 19.

Sun Devils Interviews and Podcasts