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Football and The InternetMatt Kennedy
© May 2000
When the editors of American Football Monthly approached me with the challenge of projecting the impact of the Internet on the game of football, I was torn. On one hand, I could go on and on about all of the sites that focus on recruiting and our collective infatuation with athletes who weigh 250, bench press 375 and run sub-4.4 40s. But the 'Net offers many more uses and opportunities beyond the recruiting arena that will make a real impact on coaching and the game of football.
I should probably start at the beginning - the beginning of the Internet, that is. Although its impact has only taken place over the past eight years or so, the Internet actually was hatched in a UCLA laboratory in 1969. And for all of you who thought computers were temperamental now, just imagine what the UCLA professors thought after their computer....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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