Part of my responsibility here at Hudl is to provide support to our NFL and Division I partners. I had the honor of visiting a few of our Division I teams this past fall and was able to attend three of the best games of the college football season. It was hard to watch these games without doing a little bit of my own game study. Because I’m a coach, I’m always focused on the routines and schemes of a team. The games I attended provided some great insight into how top-level college programs operate. I found a few things that I will be utilizing next season with my own team.
I knew the games I attended were slated to be good games, but they all turned out to be great games that would rank among the top 10 games of the entire season.
We hear all too often “My team has Hudl, but I don’t feel I am getting the most out of the system.” or “We recently switched to Hudl and we have no clue where to go from here.”
Through our partnership with Glazier Football Clinics, we’re excited to introduce our 2012 Hudl Bootcamps. At select Glazier Clinics we will have a dedicated Hudl Bootcamp session where you can learn how to effectively analyze your own video, and more importantly - how to outscout your opponent. Remember, you must be registered for the Glazier Clinic to attend.
In 20 cities across the country, two Hudl representatives will lead a 50-minute rapid-fire session teaching you everything you’ll need to know about Hudl including:
Before you show grandma your highlight reel over break, take a few minutes to spice it up by adding customized title slides. It’s super easy and it makes your reel look that much more professional.
Coaches: make sure to check your Manage page starting in early January to start raising money for your team by selling DVDs through Hudl. We handle payment, processing, and shipping so you can focus on delivering a great product to your community!
We love technology around here. We especially love when technology makes some aspect of our lives run just a little bit smoother. This week we have two such things that make Hudl COO, John Wirtz’s, life just a little easier.
See if these two apps might help with any of your New Year’s resolutions:
Bowl season is upon us and we’re excited to follow 40 Hudl partners in the postseason, highlighted by the Allstate BCS National Championship Game between No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama. Hudl teams will be represented in 30-of-35 bowl games, including 10 head-to-head match-ups. Three Hudl partners enter bowl season after claiming conference championships, including TCU (MWC), Oregon (Pac-12) and LSU (SEC).
In the final BCS rankings, Hudl teams claimed six of the top seven spots and 17-of-25 overall.
Check out our complete list of Hudl partners in their bowl games:
We have a lot to get done around here, and we wouldn’t be able to do it all without the help of our awesome interns. They impress us every semester by juggling a million things and still finding time to come in and help out.
Of course, nothing says “Thanks for all you do” like a Dairy Queen ice cream cake.
Coaches and statisticians looking for a time saver can now use MaxPreps’ new basketball iPad app MaxStatsBB.
This simple in-game stat manager allows you to track real-time stat totals and percentages, shot charts, team and opponent stats, plus other great features like the ability to sync your schedules and rosters from MaxPreps.com.