Cincinnati recently had its spring game and in a move designed to give players a better understanding of how their on-field play may look, the Bearcats themselves wore helmet cameras.
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This could wind up being a great way for college football teams to further develop players, as it truly tailors to an individual’s performance and doesn’t require limited sets of eyes on a giant group of players when only one really needs attention.
This way, it can be determined just what issues a player needs to work on. A receiver may just need to open up his hands more to avoid drops. A lineman’s first-step burst may just need to be a millisecond quicker. A quarterback may need to move a bit more in the pocket. The list goes on.
Given how Cincinnati went 7-6 (4-4 AAC) in 2015, here’s hoping that this method helps the team improve.
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