Last week, we showed you one of the newest innovations sweeping the college football landscape - mini-cameras in helmets. Clemson was the first to give us a look, tweeting out a photo of the Schutt Sports cameras inserted into their quarterback lids. Today, we've learned that the Tigers aren't the only team that will be utilizing the technology. Texas Tech's equipment Twitter handle sent out a photo of what they'll be using this year:
— TexasTechEquipment (@TTU_EQUIPMENT)
— TexasTechEquipment (@TTU_EQUIPMENT) March 10, 2014
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As we noted in our Clemson post, the cameras should allow for a new kind of film that shows quarterbacks how to make better decisions on the field. I have a feeling that these aren't the only two programs that we'll see taking advantage of the opportunity.