April 13, 2011
Lights, Action, CAMERA
EAST LANSING - Spring football has always been a time to tinker with things on the practice field including the use of technology as a tool for evaluation or teaching.
Tuesday afternoon was the first time members of the media were allowed to watch a Michigan State football practice through the first half of spring. And one of the things that immediately stood out was the small camera mounted on the helmet of fifth-year senior quarterback Kirk Cousins.
"It is one more opportunity for us to see what the quarterback is looking at," explained Spartan quarterbacks coach Dave Warner. "We have so many different angles for the quarterback right now that we don't even have time to look at them all. It is a nice little thing to take a look at when you have time and to see where his eyes are."
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