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The Our Time docuseries provides an inside look

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Oklahoma State runningback Chuba Hubbard avoids contact and scores a touchdown during the Oklahoma State vs. Texas football game on Saturday, September 21, 2019 at Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas.

It is rare that everyday fans get an inside look into their favorite football team — especially this year.

However, the ESPN’s ‘Our Time’ docuseries provides Oklahoma State football fans an in-depth look into the happenings of the program during this turbulent offseason. The first episode debuted on Aug. 13, and it was great.

Although it was a short first episode, the series sets itself up to be exciting. The episode shows how the players got tested upon arrival to the facility. It was also the first look at what Amen Ogbongmegia went through after he tested positive for COVID-19 when he got back to Stillwater.

This was one of the first looks on how the Cowboys handled the athletes coming back, other than press releases.

Toward the end of the episode, star running back Chuba Hubbard and Ogbongbemiga talked about the social unrest in the U.S. Although the talk was brief, the series will come back to the topic about the turbulent OSU offseason inside of the program.

If the first episode is any taste of what is to come with the rest of the series, then Cowboys fans are in for a treat.

sports.ed@ocolly.com