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first thing Saturday morning, allowing coaches to start game planning immediately. The system run out of Hudl's headquarters in Lincoln, Neb. isn't free. Simple exchange memberships start at $200 annually. More extensive packages that hold practice video and even electronic playbooks start at $800 and range up to $6,000 for multi sport deals. But it is worth every penny, especially to teams playing opponents also utilizing the service. Founded in 2006, Hudl isn't re inventing the wheel. The program is similar to others college coaches have been using for more than a decade.
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little over a year ago, Loris football coach Jamie Snider spent an all important preparation day not with his team, but in his car. He was en route to Santee to meet members of Battery Creek's football staff to exchange film for the Lions' first game of the Class AA playoffs. There were other options, including a complicated system that involved emailing small sections of game film, but that chewed up even more time and energy than driving. So Snider hit the road, making his way west to I 95 and then south another hour or so to a midway point between Loris and Battery Creek's Beaufort campus. Coaches around the Grand Strand, the state and country are slowly but surely eliminating those long drives during the most crucial portion of the year. "Oh heck no. It gave me my Saturdays," Snider said this week. "When I had Red Air Force 1
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to trade film with Battery Creek, I was in the car for three hours just to get film. The beauty of Hudl, it's a huge time saver.
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