REPORT: ESPN Has Been Filming An All-Access Documentary On Mike Gundy And Oklahoma State

STILLWATER, OK - SEPTEMBER 7: Head coach Mike Gundy of the Oklahoma State Cowboys walks the sidelines against the McNeese State Cowboys on September 7, 2019 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma. OSU won 56-14. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

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ESPN has reportedly been filming an all-access documentary on Oklahoma State and head football coach Mike Gundy.

Gundy has been in the news nonstop because he wore an OAN shirt and his star player Chuba Hubbard threatened to boycott the team. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The star football coach has had to release multiple videos after the fact addressing the t-shirt.

According to Awful Announcing, ESPN has been filming an all-access documentary as all of this has been unfolding. Awful Announcing reported the following:

While the Oklahoma State series hasn’t been announced by ESPN quite yet, we’re being told that this series is meant to mirror Miles To Go, an ESPN+ all access program that followed the Kansas football team last season.

This series is going to get ratings through the roof when the whole thing airs, which Awful Announcing speculates could start earlier than August because of the shirt situation.

Personally, I think the fact Gundy apologized is absurd. He wore a t-shirt from a conservative news outlet and people are acting like he wore an ISIS shirt.

Having said that, you best believe I’ll be watching this series whenever it starts. There’s nothing college football fans love than some behind-the-scenes drama.

Well, Gundy has found himself involved in more drama than most college football coaches will in a lifetime.

It should be a fun time! What a damn coincidence that ESPN has had cameras rolling this whole time. I can’t wait to see what they captured on film.