JM Associates, Sports & Story, and ESPN+, in association with the Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO), are proud to announce production is underway for the documentary series “Our Time: Oklahoma State Football.”
The production will follow the Oklahoma State University football team as they train for the uncertainty of the 2020 football season.
The multi-part documentary series features head coach Mike Gundy and the Oklahoma State football program with behind-the-scenes access to coaches, players and staff. Training for the first post-COVID-19 football season has brought unique challenges to the program, and the documentary series will give fans an inside look as OSU football navigates both new and unknown circumstances.
The series is based in Stillwater, Oklahoma, with all local crew members being provided by 1577 Productions out of Oklahoma City. The series started filming during the team’s pre-season an will continue throughout the fall until the season has ended.
“We have enjoyed discovering the state of Oklahoma while filming ‘Our Time: OSU Football’,” Bo Mattingly, Senior Executive Producer of Sport & Story said. “From the rivers and the lakes to the Gundy ranch, we’ve been able to capture some beautiful scenery throughout the state, not to mention the uniqueness of the Oklahoma State campus and surrounding areas of Stillwater and Payne County.”
“The past few months have created new challenges for almost every industry,” OF+MO Director Tava Maloy Sofsky said. “Our own film industry has learned to adapt to the ‘new normal’, and I am sure many college football fans are curious to see how some of the sport’s top stars have done that as well. We are proud that local crew members have been able to tell this unique story that is so close to home.”
The first four episodes of “Our Time: Oklahoma State Football” are now available to stream on Big 12 Now on ESPN+, with plans to release new episodes weekly.