Video: ESPN Releases Trailer For New ’30 For 30′ Film: ‘Youngstown Boys’

While the Ohio State Buckeyes are currently in contention for a national title, ESPN figures it is the perfect time to release a new ’30 For 30′ film that flashes back to the Buckeyes last title run, in 2002.

Running back Maurice Clarett and head coach Jim Tressel were both essential centerpieces during that season — the new film “Youngstown Boys” focuses on how different the city of Youngstown was for both of them, and how their relationship would develop and continue to the present day. Check it out:

The film will air on December 14 at 9:00 on ESPN, following the Heisman Trophy presentation. This is probably a film that Buckeyes fans everywhere are looking forward to watching. 

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