ESPN Films launched the Storied documentary series in September 2011, presenting fans the opportunity to explore the rich athletic history of the Southeastern Conference. From extraordinary athletes and coaches to defining games and moments, the Storied series features films from the SEC’s recent and more distant past.
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The film, narrated by John Goodman, explores how tragedy shaped one of the most influential families in professional sports history The third season of ESPN Films’ “SEC Storied” documentary series will kick off with The Book of Manning Presented by Chick-Fil-A on Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN. The film will explore … Read More
Documentary subject Archie Manning, director Rory Karpf and ESPN Films executive producer John Dahl discuss the next film in the SEC Storied documentary series ESPN conducted a media conference call today in advance of the premiere of The Book of Manning, part of ESPN Films and ESPNU “SEC Storied” series. The film will air … Read More
Film about Abby Wambach focuses on journey of one of the most prominent figures in U.S. women’s soccer ESPN Films’ SEC “Storied” series continues with Abby Head On, premiering Wednesday, May 15, at 8 p.m. ET on ESPNU. The film chronicles Abby Wambach’s soccer career thus far, from winning a national title at Florida to … Read More
ESPN Films’ SEC “Storied” Series Continues with Documentary on Atlanta Tornado During 2008 SEC Basketball Tournament
Miracle 3 Photos | Trailer ESPN Films’ next SEC “Storied” documentary, Miracle 3, will premiere on Sunday, March 3, at 8 p.m. ET on ESPNU. The film chronicles the dramatic events that ensued after a tornado hit downtown Atlanta as the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament was being played at the Georgia Dome. About Miracle 3 On March 14, … Read More
Going Big, the next installment of ESPN Films’ SEC “Storied” series, will premiere on Thursday, Dec. 20, at 9 p.m. ET on ESPNU. The film chronicles former basketball player Sam Bowie’s trying career, which was plagued by injuries in college and the NBA and overshadowed by his draft placement. About Going Big In high school … Read More