Ball State students: Submit your video for Pat McAfee's live talent show

Ball State students: Submit your video for Pat McAfee's live talent show
Posted at 7:10 PM, Nov 05, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS – Think you’ve got talent? Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee wants to know if your talent is worth $10,000.

McAfee is filming a pilot episode for a new show on the MOXY Channel. The show titled, “U Got It?” will film on the campus of Ball State University Dec. 12 and 13 where students will have the chance to show off their talents and have the opportunity to win a $10,000 scholarship.

He said he chose the campus of Ball State because of the overwhelming response he received from a comedy show he held in Muncie.

“U Got It?” is the first show created for the MOXY Channel. McAfee said, “It is the show founded upon the vision of giving entertaining college students the opportunity to perform, an opportunity to shine a light on their talents, an opportunity to do something, and to win a scholarship at the end of the day.”

Videos are to be submitted on the MOXY channel website.

McAfee said the show is for all talents, whatever you find entertaining. Those chosen will perform their talents live for the pilot episode.

Video submissions must be no longer than 90 seconds and you must have a valid Ball State ID to submit your work.

The entry form calls for an uploaded YouTube video and a “selfie.” No professional photos are to be submitted after the Nov. 20 deadline.

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If you’re interested, submit fast. Once judges decide on the first 50 finalists, the contest will be closed.

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