According to the show's site, the show "transports viewers behind the scenes, beyond the field and into the lives of these student athletes as they compete throughout the season." Last year, Notre Dame appeared on the show during a season that included injuries and ending with a defeat against Ohio State.
The video above recaps some of the major moments in Notre Dame's year while showing what fans can expect this season for Florida State.
The cameras will constantly be on for the Seminoles, following the team through practice, meetings and games. More importantly, the show will not spare the team during tougher moments such as losses or season-altering injuries. Fans will see the ins and outs of the program while gaining a sense of the emotion and work that goes into being a top-tier team in college football.
According to Elliot, Florida State was on the verge of doing the show a season ago.
Fisher and the Seminoles went 10-3 last year, their fourth straight season with ten or more wins. And now entering the third season since their national title, the Seminoles are looking to get back to the pinnacle of college football. Led by star running back Dalvin Cook, Florida State will be a favorite to win the ACC and can contend for a playoff berth. Athlon Sports ranked the Seminoles No. 2 behind Alabama in a preseason ranking while ESPN slotted the Noles at four.