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May 2004

May 2004


In the Eyes of the Beholder

Whether taping a game or practice, coaches see how valuable good video can be in teaching
© May 2004

It’s been about fifteen years since video tape has come into the world of college and high school football. It has imparted many changes on the way coaches do business.

Film was the format of the day. It was a great format with a few important exceptions. It was not easy to work with, attested by the phrase cut-up as in actually cutting it up to get what you wanted. It was not an easy process to get the final product as it had to be sent out for processing. But, most importantly it was not cheap. Most colleges could not afford to shoot more than one angle of a game and most high schools could not afford it at all.

With the advent of video and the tape that went with it came a change in how a coach did his job. Once you “filmed” a game you no longer had to wait for it to be processed,....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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