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Tag a Game and Love Life

As a football coach, you have a thing for stats. You don’t have to admit it, but we know it’s there. Even if they don’t play a huge role in your weekly routine, you have to look at a few of those bad boys regularly.

It could be in an effort to target your opponent’s tendencies, or figure out where your own players excel and fall short. Whatever the reason, you need statistics, and Tag a Game exists to make compiling them a heck of a lot easier.

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With Tag a Game, you keep track of what’s going on as the game is being played. Just a couple of iPhone, iPod or iPad taps per play, and everything is ready to view as soon as the game is over. You can send everything to your library and merge it with all of your angles, too.

If you have a parent who loves staying involved, or a star player who may be out with an injury, give them any iOS device and your staff won’t have to worry about who’s in charge of downs, completions, whatever - they can focus on coaching.

And if you’re big on getting Friday night stats to MaxPreps or the local media, Tag a Game makes following through much less of a chore.

While we love making your lives easier, our motives behind Tag a Game and statistics aren’t totally selfless. We need those stats to power our other features like reports and Practice Scripts and, in turn, keep you and your players more engaged with Hudl.com.

They make highlights more interesting, too, and recruiters get everything they need from a player’s Hudl profile.

Not to mention, if you choose to use Tag a Game and merge the data with your video that night, recruiters see breakout performances in a matter of hours, giving them a head start in building relationships with athletes.

So, what do you think? Is Tag a Game great? We’re blue in the face from convincing you to give it a shot, but we’ll keep going if we need to. Assuming we succeeded, sign up to help us beta test on iPad.

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