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December 2006

December 2006


Letter From The Editor: Those Days are Forever Over

by: Rex Lardner
Editor American Football Monthly
© December 2006

In both small towns and large cities across America, the tradition over the years has been for a high school team to watch game films as a team. This has usually been a three to six hour process as coaches analyze the previous game's film and go back and forth about what worked and what didnít on each play. If a future opponent's film was also available, that was shown to the team as well.

††† So much for what went on a generation ago. Now, in the digital age, editing equipment has become so much more sophisticated that many high schools work with manufacturers that provide the latest in game tape technology. The change from film to tape evolved in the 70ís and now film is considered archaic. This is now more evident than† ever at schools all over the country. One such example is Jenks High School in Jenks, Oklahom....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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