Holgorsen to Appear on ESPN Special

  • By Nick Arthur
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  • July 23, 2014 09:07 AM
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Dana Holgorsen will join other college football coaches at ESPN’s Bristol, Conn., headquarters from July 21-31.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - West Virginia University football coach Dana Holgorsen will appear today on ESPN’s annual mid-summer college football coaches’ “car wash” – in which guests appear across multiple programs and platforms over one day.

Holgorsen will join other college football coaches at ESPN’s Bristol, Conn., headquarters from July 21-31. Last summer, ESPN hosted 50 coaches from July 22-August 1.
“The college football car wash has grown in scope and interest from the conferences, teams and fans every year and will feature an extensive lineup of 63 coaches from five conferences over nine days this summer,” says ESPN spokesperson Michael Humes. “We are excited about the increasing interest, expanding participation and look forward to having the Big 12 schools on campus this this year.”
The schedules for the 63 coaches -- from teams in the Southeastern Conference (July 21-22), Big 12 Conference (July 23-24), Pac-12 (July 25), Atlantic Coast Conference (July 28-29) and Big Ten Conference (July 30-31) – will include a mixture of interviews with more than 25 different shows and writers across ESPN’s television, radio and digital media platforms.
Outlets include College Football Live, SportsCenter, First Take, SportsNation, Highly Questionable, Numbers Never Lie and E:60 on television; ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike in the Morning, SVP & Russillo, The Herd with Colin Cowherd, Sedano & Stink, The Freddie Coleman Show, The Dan LeBartard Show and College GameDay Radio; and interviews for multiple SEC Network programs, including SEC Film Room and The Paul Finebaum Show.
The coaches will also be interviewed by ESPN.com writers Travis Haney, Ivan Maisel and Brett McMurphy; appear on a variety of podcasts, including Marty & McGee; participate in chats; and more.
A full list of the coaches who will be featured:
Monday, July 21                                            Tuesday, July 22
Hugh Freeze (Ole Miss)                                   Bret Bielema (Arkansas)
Gus Malzahn (Auburn)                                    Butch Jones (Tennessee)
Derek Mason (Vanderbilt)                               Dan Mullen (Mississippi State)
Les Miles (LSU)                                              Will Muschamp (Florida)
Gary Pinkel (Missouri)                                     Nick Saban (Alabama)
Mark Richt (Georgia)                                      Steve Spurrier (South Carolina)
Mark Stoops (Kentucky)                                 Kevin Sumlin (Texas A&M)
Big 12 - #ESPNBIG12
Wednesday, July 23                                                 Thursday, July 24
Dana Holgorsen (West Virginia)                                Art Briles (Baylor)
Paul Rhoads (Iowa State)                                          Kliff Kingsbury (Texas Tech)
Bill Snyder (Kansas State)                                         Gary Patterson (TCU)
Bob Stoops (Oklahoma)                                             Charlie Weis (Kansas)
Pac-12 - #ESPNPAC12
Friday, July 25
Sonny Dykes (California)
Todd Graham (Arizona State)
Mark Helfrich (Oregon)
Mike Leach (Washington State)
Mike MacIntyre (Colorado)
Jim Mora (UCLA)
Chris Petersen (Washington)
Mike Riley (Oregon State)
Rich Rodriguez (Arizona)
Steve Sarkisian (USC)
David Shaw (Stanford)
Kyle Whittingham (Utah)
Monday, July 28
Tuesday, July 29
Paul Chryst (Pittsburgh)
Steve Addazio (Boston College)
Larry Fedora (North Carolina)
Frank Beamer (Virginia Tech)
Jimbo Fisher (Florida State)
Dave Clawson (Wake Forest)
Paul Johnson (Georgia Tech)
David Cutcliffe (Duke)
Mike London (Virginia)
Dave Doeren (NC State)
Bobby Petrino (Louisville)
Al Golden (Miami)
Scott Shafer (Syracuse)
Dabo Swinney (Clemson)
Big Ten - #ESPNB1G
Wednesday, July 30
Thursday, July 31
Gary Andersen (Wisconsin)
Randy Edsall (Maryland)
Tim Beckman (Illinois)
Kirk Ferentz (Iowa)
Mark Dantonio (Michigan State)
Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern)
Kyle Flood (Rutgers)
Brady Hoke (Michigan)
James Franklin (Penn State)
Urban Meyer (Ohio State)
Darrell Hazell (Purdue)
Bo Pelini (Nebraska)
Jerry Kill (Minnesota)
Kevin Wilson (Indiana)

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