Updated trailer for 'There's No Place Like Home' documentary, which airs Oct. 16 on ESPN

Maggie Vision's Josh Swade, who is in charge of the upcoming ESPN 30 for 30 documentary "There's No Place Like Home," sent me an email over the weekend that included an updated trailer for the film.

An earlier online trailer was taken down, but a newer (and similar) version of that trailer can now be found below.

The film will air at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16 on ESPN.

Those wanting more information on the documentary can check out the "Bring the Rules Home" website or Swade's newly created Facebook fan page.

There will be Lawrence premiere of the film on Saturday, Oct. 13 — the same day the KU football team hosts Oklahoma State at 2:30 p.m. Reservations are now being accepted through


Thomas Michaud 3 years ago

Wow! That gave me chills and brought tears to my eyes all at the same time ... Can't wait to see this!!

Jayhawk444 3 years ago

I'll have the DVR ready! should be awesome. I could do without the lame Wizard of Oz connection in the title of the piece, though

KUbsee69 3 years ago

How could anyone who's ever stepped foot in AFH not understand that there's truely no place like home!

Carter Patterson 3 years ago

Love it. Looking forward to it. I will forever be grateful for the Booth family and all they have done for KU.

Steve Gantz 3 years ago

I can't wait so fill me in, did the rules end up in Lawrence? (forgive me I haven't been on campus since 88!)

lawyermog 3 years ago

Yes, the rules are where they belong.

Steve Gantz 3 years ago

Sweet. I think I'll have to plan a trip to Lawrence!

KUbsee69 3 years ago

Spencer's not the final resting place, is it? I thought they were designing a permanent home in AFH.

PSM 3 years ago

wow that guy was getting physically angry at the thought of the rules not coming to lawrence. seems a bit melodramatic and goofy.

Andrew Moore 3 years ago

It might seem like that, or maybe he was upset that all of his hard work could have ended up in failure. That usually gets a pretty emotional response from people. At least it does from people who care.

Alohahawk 3 years ago

Hit so many thumbs ups (above) that my finger got sore. As of this moment, agree with all the positive comments above. Especially lawyermog's. The rules are definitely where they belong. And I would think that most non-biased basketball commentators would agree.

Got to keep that timeframe open on my calendar, so I won't miss recording it.

ku_foaf 3 years ago

Hey, like the Wizard of Oz... what a clever idea! Original!

Jordan Ashleigh Grant 3 years ago

Gave me the chills! Can't wait for it to air!

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