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The Genius of HUDL

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Posted: 11/16/2012 12:38 PM

The Genius of HUDL 


Remember the old days of getting up at the crack of dawn to go meet at the Casa Grande Wendy's to a film exchange with a Tucson/Phoenix team? HUDL has saved coaches countless hours in many different facets. Great article:

http://www2.tbo.com/sports/pre...-foo-ar-566111/

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Posted: 11/16/2012 3:43 PM

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HUDL ROCKS!
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Posted: 11/16/2012 8:15 PM

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HUDL is the best tool ever. If you dont have it...get it...
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Posted: 11/19/2012 11:43 AM

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Anyone remember the days of having to get film processed?  Film use to really be film.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 6:20 PM

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Yes HUDL is great, and I remember when film was film and also driving to Wickenburg to meet up with a Phoenix area team or to Parker to meet up with a Yuma team to exchange tape.

   


"The reason I didn't like to throw on First and Ten was because I hated Second and Ten" - The legendary Ray Smith


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Posted: 11/19/2012 9:07 PM

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Ha, where did you meet in Wick, Cuervo?  Yeah, much like non-leather helmets and the forward pass, much can be said for the advancement of football. But the days of the assistant getting up just a few hours later from Friday night (or even fewer if it was a BIG win) and sipping on a giant jug of coffee meeting at some remote outpost or gas station to exchange film are lost and missed by the sick few who saw it as a rite of passage. An opportunity to prove each Saturday morning, that you understood the sacrifice of the sport and enjoyed seeing some small town flavor in order to get that most sacred of all that is sacred in hs football...opponent game film. Small talk over the previous night's game, trying to gleen info and keeping your cards close to your vest at the same time. Now it's a text, a click and a download. Coaches now only have to see each other at post game handshakes.  I don't know.  Careful what you wish for.
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Posted: 11/19/2012 10:27 PM

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I would meet them at the McDonald's in Wickenburg.

   


"The reason I didn't like to throw on First and Ten was because I hated Second and Ten" - The legendary Ray Smith


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Posted: 11/20/2012 7:08 AM

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Great article.  But, am I the only one who thought of this when I read the coach's name:

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Posted: 11/20/2012 9:05 AM

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Tremaine50 wrote: Ha, where did you meet in Wick, Cuervo?  Yeah, much like non-leather helmets and the forward pass, much can be said for the advancement of football. But the days of the assistant getting up just a few hours later from Friday night (or even fewer if it was a BIG win) and sipping on a giant jug of coffee meeting at some remote outpost or gas station to exchange film are lost and missed by the sick few who saw it as a rite of passage. An opportunity to prove each Saturday morning, that you understood the sacrifice of the sport and enjoyed seeing some small town flavor in order to get that most sacred of all that is sacred in hs football...opponent game film. Small talk over the previous night's game, trying to gleen info and keeping your cards close to your vest at the same time. Now it's a text, a click and a download. Coaches now only have to see each other at post game handshakes.  I don't know.  Careful what you wish for.
Yeah... until you exchange with the wrong school. That happened all the time at the popular exchange points. Guy has on a shirt with that school's colors, you make small talk, he doesn't have a roster, blah blah blah so off you go... until you see instead of Sunnyside, you now have the Flowing Wells film. *facepalm*
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