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When another team has to submit game films what are they sending? Are they the same ones that we see on TV or something the team records?
Someone can correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure they send the All-22 film. NFL teams have these capabilities and I'd imagine Division I football (and lower divisions for that matter) have the same film they use to study, I just haven't seen any articles which specifically mention All-22. Bill Barnwell explains what the All-22 is better than I could:
"For the uninitiated, the All-22 film is designed to show what all 22 players on the field are doing on every given play, something that the traditional sideline angle from television fails to achieve.1 HDTV and the move to wide-screen aspect ratio televisions have made the sideline angle more palatable, but it's impossible to truly gauge certain aspects of plays from that sideline angle. On many passing plays, the routes of the wide receivers and the drops of the defensive backs will take them off the screen, preventing even a knowledgeable fan from identifying what sorts of coverage or route combinations are being run until an appropriate replay has been shown. Everyone agrees that the most important perspective in football is from the quarterback, but the traditional sideline angle of television coverage doesn't let us see what the quarterback sees..."
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