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Also Read: ESPN Names Connor Schell as Executive Vice President, Content The service will also include new shows such as “Draft Academy,” following a handful of top prospects heading to the NFL Draft, “Quest for the Cup” in partnership with the NHL, and Kobe Bryant’s analysis show “Detail,” where the Lakers legend breaks down “the smallest, smallest level of basketball” action during the NBA playoffs.
The other shiny object that the network executives are most proud to share on ESPN is the company’s archive dating back to 1979, making the platform the “single place you can watch every ’30 for 30’ film, to dive in and come out a few days later,” plus boxing libraries, vintage college basketball games, and film from each year of the Masters or Indy 500.
The La Portes donated the statue, while the Hillearys provided the lead gift for the plaza in honor of Bill Hilleary, a community and business leader from Rhea County. UTPD will manage traffic and crowd control for the event and will reopen streets when the crowd has dissipated following the event.
Parking will be available in the G-10 garage, located between Thompson-Boling Arena and Neyland Stadium. Spaces for vehicles with disabled parking placards will be available in staff lot 23, located at the corner of Neyland and Lake Loudoun Blvd. 22 from the Andy Holt Tower administrative parking garage entrance to the intersection with Lake Loudoun Blvd. Summitt, the winningest coach in NCAA men's or women's basketball history, led the Tennessee women's basketball program from 1974 to 2012.
The content offered includes live events, personalized experiences, niche sports, signature programming, and the full library of “30 for 30” films.
Also Read: ESPN's Latest '30 for 30' Film Spotlights Brilliant But Troubled Soccer Star George Best The first content to launch on ESPN will be “30 for 30” doc “The Last Days of Knight,” tracing the rise and fall of Indiana University basketball coach Bob Knight through investigative reporting by director Robert Abbott.
“In addition to the deep storytelling, ESPN will bring fans closer to their favorite teams and favorite athletes,” said Connor Schell, ESPN’s executive Vice President of content, who co-founded “30 for 30” with Bill Simmons in 2009, said.
' Has the Right Chemistry Former Cornell Big Red football player Pitaro was also very excited about ESPN’s partnership with the Ivy League — which he swears was set in motion before he became president — along with over a dozen mid-major college conferences.
“When you compare it to what is available right now and what is upcoming from our competitors, we very much like our hand here,” he said.