THE CHAMPIONS SERIES The Champions Series developed out of an exclusive agreement between and among StarGames, Collegiate Images and Arts Alliance America for the production and distribution of "Year in Review" programming which chronicles the championship season of the winners of various NCAA sports.
ROCK CHALK CHAMPIONSHIP
In a dramatic battle for the 70th annual NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball Championship, the Kansas Jayhawks (37-3) defeated the Memphis Tigers (38-2) 75-68 in overtime to claim their first championship in 20 years. The Jayhawks' 2008 season highlights DVD which is the second basketball, and fourth overall, commemorative DVD in the Champions Series.
Back 2 Back: National Champions
They said they'd be back... and they were right. The Gator's defeated Ohio and clinched their second national title making them the first team to reign back to back basketball championships, The DVD highlights key matches and takes viewers behind the scenes of the Gators' remarkable season. The DVD is the third in the Champions Series.
National Champions: The Story of the 2006 Florida Gators
Follow the Gators on and off the field all the way to their stunning defeat over #1-ranked OhioState for the 2006 BCS National Championship. The DVD is the 2nd in our Champions Series Collection of DVDs that chronicle the season of the NCAA Champions.
Live the Dream: The Texas Longhorns’ Magical March to the National Championship
StarGames, Hart Sharp Video and Collegiate Images first worked together on Champions programming in the fall of 2005 to prepare for the 2006 BCS Championship. Following the Longhorns' come-from-behind victory over USC in the 2006 Rose Bowl, the first production in "The Champions Series" was created. "Live the Dream"takes viewers behind the scenes and on the field of the Longhorns' perfect season and follows Texas to their first National Championship since 1970. In nine months the DVD sold over 76,000 units at retail, was nominated for an international sports production award, and aired nationally in television syndication and on broadband.