Watch: New insight into football with QB helmet cam

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University of Miami quarterback Ryan Williams wore a Schutt Vision helmet during a spring practice training session recently.

The concept is a helmet designed with a small camera in the front to capture on the move action, has impressive results.

The signal caller gives us a great new insight into how a two minute drill works in getting up the field with time running out.

Watch as the quarterback runs a trick play to gain considerable yardage, utilises sideline routes to stop the clock, and take advantage of an unprepared defense on the hurry up play to find receivers in space.

Is this the future of football? Would you enjoy having the ability to watch a game through the point of view of the quarterback in a live game, watching on the TV from the comfort of your own home.

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