New York Times: NCAA Slow To Embrace Technology
The New York Times
today dives into the
’s hesitancy to fully embrace the digital age, even at a time when colleges are at the forefront of technology research and increasingly provide students with free laptops, iPods, and iPhones. We’ve had discussions over the years with members of the Collegiate Sports Video Association (CSVA) concerning the ludicrous state of affairs when it comes to using tools to benefit on-field performance, but it should be noted that, behind the scenes, a lot of athletic departments are using technology to make a real difference (and as shown in every issue of the SVGU Update!).