football fans grab your remotes and fire up your DVRs tomorrow night for a behind-the-scenes look at Huskies football.
Comcast's new show All In, which debuts Sept. 6 at 6 p.m. on CN100, will give fans a glimpse at what goes into making Naperville North High School's top-tier football program.
Viewers will be able to learn more about student-athletes, coaches as well as alumni and community support.
“Naperville North is incredibly proud of the success our football program has enjoyed over the past few decades in terms of wins and championships, but more importantly in the way it has shaped the lives of thousands of young men,” Naperville North Athletic Director Jim Konrad said in a Comcast press release. “We are excited to be working with a professional organization like Comcast to highlight all the positive aspects of this program and the impact it has on our students, school and community.”
Comcast producers chose to highlight Naperville North because of the team's "winning tradition and widespread support from a dedicated fan base," according to a press release.
“It undoubtedly qualifies as a top program. It's been quite successful and historically significant with a true IHSA legend in hall-of-fame coach Larry McKeon as its architect,” field director and co-producer Erik Anschicks said in a press release. “Most crucial for us, Naperville North has two forward-thinking minds in charge of the program, head coach Sean Drendel and Athletic Director Jim Konrad, who are more than willing to embrace different ideas. They have approached the project with gusto from day one.”
All In promises to give viewers insight into local prep football programs by providing in-depth interviews from experts, key members of the program and community memebers.
The first episode of All In debuts at 6 p.m. on Sept. 6, with new episodes every other week.
Visit www.cn100.tv for additional air times throughout the week. Episodes will also be available on Xfinity On Demand.