Comcast's 'All In' With Naperville North Debuts Thursday

Debut episode tackles preseason preparation with the Huskies as they head in to the 2012 season opener.


NAPERVILLE – The kickoff to Naperville North’s 2012 football season marked the culmination of weeks of hard work and preparation for the Huskies.

That summer journey is the focus of the premiere episode of All In, CN100’s new, behind-the-scenes sports documentary series, which debuts at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 6.

The episode gives viewers their first look at how this year’s Huskies squad has come together, from preseason camps to the first official practices of the school year. Interviews with Head Coach Sean Drendel, Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator Anthony Silvestri and Athletic Director Jim Konrad shed light on team and player expectations for 2012.

Quarterback Johnny Brown and offensive lineman Mike Langman also share their perspectives as two of the team’s leaders this season.

While the stage is being set for 2012, All In takes a step back to delve into North’s history during an interview with legendary coach Larry McKeon, who led the Huskies for nearly 30 years.

The premiere episode culminates with the excitement and energy as it gets fired up for opening night 2012 against Neuqua Valley.

Can’t wait for All In’s debut? You can see a preview right now on YouTube.

The first installment of All In airs on CN100, The Comcast Network, at 6 p.m. on Sept. 6, with new episodes every other week. Visit www.cn100.tv for additional air times throughout the week. You can also watch episodes any time with Xfinity On Demand.

Want to join the conversation about All In? Find it at Facebook.com/CN100AllIn or Twitter.com/CN100All_In.

CN100 Sports offers a wide variety of prep athletic programming throughout Chicagoland. Learn more about Game of the Week, Battle of the Fans, Sports Weekly and Prep Profile by visiting our website – www.cn100.tv.

For more information about All In, contact host Mark Krueger at 630-962-1089.

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