PROVO — ESPN's DirecTV satellite bus will be on the BYU campus Friday as part of the network's month-long tour across the country covering college spring football.
As part of ESPN's spring football coverage, ESPN's DirecTV satellite bus originates from numerous campuses throughout April to provide interviews with coaches and players on multiple ESPN outlets and programs.
BYU head football coach Bronco Mendenhall will take his turn on the bus and be part of the ESPNU College Football Blitz today as well as ESPN's College Football Live scheduled to air on April 28 on multiple ESPN outlets.
BYU is one of 15 schools scheduled for stops during the month-long bus tour. Other stops on the tour include TCU, Oklahoma, LSU, Florida, Florida State, Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Boise State, UCLA, USC, Stanford and Oregon.
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