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Technology on a BudgetYour school may not be able to play with the big boys, but that doesn\'t mean technology can\'t win games for you.
by: Richard Scott
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While NFL teams and major Division 1-A programs usually have the financial resources to make a major commitment to technology, it’s not that easy for smaller college programs and high schools. Money has to be budgeted and spent more carefully, but money spent on technology is still a wise investment.
Division II Pittsburg (Kan.) State uses Apple PowerBooks and Power Mac G4s to produce cut-ups of offensive, defensive, and special teams plays.
“The game of football is all about reacting quickly to things that happen. If you’ve watched what your opponent does in a third and short situation 50 times, by Saturday you’re going to react faster and better on the field,” offensive line coach Bill Kroenke says. “With the (computers), our time commitment is now so much less. Any coach can immediately pull off all the information ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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