In 2013, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) added a rule allowing the use of video during football games. This has changed the way coaches prepare, make adjustments and teach! Now coaches across the country are able to utilize SideLine Scout to change the way they practice, play, and win. Below is the updated rule text that allows the use of SideLine Scout’s instant replay system:
NFHS Football Rules, rule 18.104.22.168: USE OF COMMUNICATION DEVICES EXPANDED (1-6): The committee has expanded use of communication devices to allow coaches, players and non-players to use any form of available communication technology during authorized conferences outside the 9-yard marks (7-yard marks in nine-, eight- and six-player competition), on the sidelines and during the halftime intermission period. Use of communication devices by players except during conferences outside the 9-yard marks continues to be prohibited.
Rule 22.214.171.124, along with SideLine Scout, provides instant feedback that benefits football programs in many ways such as:
Currently in-game video use is allowed in all states except Texas and Massachusetts.
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