What goes into making tease videos made for major sporting events?

I found out exactly during my coverage at this years Women’s Final Four in Dallas, Texas from March 28 – April 4 for Clarkson-Creative / NCAA Photos. My first assignment on this day was to cover the ESPN Tease Shoots happening at American Airlines Center.

The point of these shoots are to capture video (and still photos) of all the teams playing in the Final Four games. This consisted of whole team video spots, coach and player interviews, trophy shots and fun clips to be played on the jumbotron during the games and broadcasts.

(All photos are copyright of NCAA Photos/Getty Images and solely created and edited by Evert Nelson.)

University of Connecticut Head Coach Geno Auriemma checks his watch outside of an ESPN Tease Shoot location with #15 Gabby Williams.
An ESPN videographer points to the monitors inside their Tease Shoot room while directors and assistants arrange Stanford players.
South Carolina Gamecock players line up against the white backdrops inside the ESPN Tease Shoot location.
Compact Flash cards are labeled and laid out on a table inside an ESPN Tease Shoot location.
Directors and assistants review monitors during filming of ESPN Tease Shoots.
Notes are taken while asking questions to Stanford players inside the ESPN Tease Shoot location.
Team photographers and videographers crowd around the main ESPN photographer during the ESPN Tease Shoots with the University of Connecticut.
South Carolina Gamecock players have fun during their segments for the ESPN Tease Shoots.
The main ESPN Photographer works closely with the directors and other staff to frame and shoot the shots required for the ESPN Tease Shoots.
University of Connecticut #12 Saniya Chong walks toward the next ESPN Tease Shoot location.