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  1. Is HUDL Sideline Fair

    Apprently you missed the obvious point. Its not a matter of compentence, which now you have offended me, but a matter of the ability to rewatch a situation over and over. Apparently you sir, do not possesse the competence to realize that football IQ is increased with a coaches ability to study a situation on a lengthier basis. Again, I digress to the college stipulation that ear pieces in a players helmet are not allowed due the the inability of all schools to be able to possess this. This is exactly the same thing. It is an in game advantage.
  2. Is HUDL Sideline Fair

    Apprently you missed the obvious point. Its not a matter of compentence, which now you have offended me, but a matter of the ability to rewatch a situation over and over. Apparently you sir, do not possesse the competence to realize that football IQ is increased with a coaches ability to study a situation on a lengthier basis. Again, I digress to the college stipulation that ear pieces in a players helmet are not allowed due the the inability of all schools to be able to possess this. This is exactly the same thing. It is an in game advantage.
  3. Is HUDL Sideline Fair

    Unfortunately, all or your points of emphasis occur outside of the actual game. Obviously all variables cannot be controlled. But I can make adjustments to my weight room workouts based on the the facility, I can find interntet connections to research as much as possible, As far as a training staff, that is not the issue. The problem is that a team can make quick adjustments based on watching and rewatching film that a scout on top of the press box cannot.
  4. Played a team that utilized HUDL Sideline last night. Very obvious that they were able to make quick offensive adjustments during the game that gave them an advantage. Our team does not have the means to purchase this option on HUDL and we don't have enough staff/volunteers to man the IPads. Is this really fair? Reminds me of why college football doesn't have ear pieces in helmets. Some schools cannot afford this and thus it makes the game unfair. IFCA discussion topic? Your thoughts...