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April 26, 2012JONESBORO (4/26/12) - A series of documentary films known as "Red Wolves Revival" is giving college football fans an inspiring view inside the A-State football team this offseason, highlighting a program that has garnered rising national attention since naming 2010 Frank Broyles Award winner Gus Malzahn as its head coach.
The YouTube-based video series, featuring behind-the-scenes action of Malzahn and the Red Wolves, launched April 11 with the initial video "Dawning of the Gus Malzahn Era."
New videos are being uploaded each Wednesday through August 30, including last week's "Spring Game" and this week's "Ryan Aplin's Leadership" editions.
The webisodes will document ASU's entire offseason, from the announcement of Malzahn as head coach to the Red Wolves' spring and fall camps -- all leading up to the team's season opener at national-power Oregon on Sept. 1.
The videos provide fans with never before seen footage of what it takes to prepare for a football season and the building of a program both on and off the field.
The videos feature interviews with the coaching staff, key members of the football team and athletic department staff, in addition to much more.
The video series, which will feature eight total webisodes by completion on August 30, are available at www.youtube.com/user/AStateFootball.