Nebraska just got slapped for letting an "analyst" (i.e. underpaid wannabe coach) work too closely with the special teams players.
https://www.espn.com/college-football/s ... nstruction.
So, say some smart football HC hires a bunch of computer experts to build him a neural network to help predict what play is best to run (or defend) against an opponent in a given situation, and all some coach has to do is verbally pass along the predictions as they pop up on his computer screen, would that be violation of NCAA rules for having too many supervisory jocks in the locker room?
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Miscellaneous discussions. Things that don't have anything to do with Western, Leatherneck Athletics, college sports in general, etc.
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