Huddle Up with Tim and Adrienne Starts a Second Season

By: Tim Campos Last Updated: September 6, 2011

As the NFL season is about to begin, so will the exciting web series Huddle Up with Tim and Adrienne. Every Sunday, prior to kickoff, a new episode will be posted to the internet.

Huddle Up is a web series featuring Tim Campos and his three and a half year old daughter, Adrienne. Each episode runs a minute and a half long while they discuss football news, predictions, being a fan and the conflicts of raising a child and watching football.

The series started opening weekend of the 2010 football season when Tim and Adrienne made a quick video and posted it on the web. There was such a positive reaction and interest that they just kept on making them. So far they have made twenty-seven episodes. More than the sum of its parts, the series is about football and family - striking a chord with football fans and non-fans alike. Adrienne was only two and a half when the series started and viewers have also commented on how they enjoy watching her grow up.

Tim has a background as an actor and playwright. He is originally from Detroit, MI and after transferring for work now lives in Illinois. He now is completing his Master of Arts in Arts and Entertainment Administration at Valparaiso University. He and Adrienne are still die hard Lions fans and are excited about all the improvements that the organization has made. “This is an opportunity to support my team, be creative, and to spend time with my daughter. Adrienne really enjoys making the episodes and often her ideas or what she does is better than anything I could have scripted.”

The concept for the show is to be quick, loose and funny. Viewers feel a connection to Tim and Adrienne as if they are getting ready to watch football with their friends. Between You Tube and Facebook Huddle Up is above 160 subscribers and is growing. Some recent comments from fans have been:

“Love it” - Barb Vandergrift
“Genius!” - Leo McMaster
“I’m really looking forward to the season.” Niko Sulek