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NCAA.com | April 17, 2014

On the field and through their eyes

Have you ever wondered what the game looks like from the player's point of view? What does a linebacker see (and most certainly feel) during live action? How different does the game look to the quarterback? What does it look like to a wide receiver trying to catch a 50-mile-per-hour oblong ball while attempting to avoid a defensive back who wants to plant him in the grass?

Watch these spring game and practice highlights and you will find the answer.

Miami (Fla.) linebacker Denzel Perryman wore a helmet-cam during the Hurricanes' spring game, and the results give unique insight into one of the game's fastest and most violent positions.

 

 



On the other side of the Miami ball, quarterback Ryan Williams wore a helmet-cam and ran a two-minute drill.



Do you remember when when Tennessee receiver Marquez North made this catch last season against Georgia?

  Tennessee's Marquez North catches a pass against Georgia's Amarlo Herrera for a touchdown.

The reason was able to make that catch when it counted was because he practices like this during the spring. Check out North running drills during Tennessee's spring practices.

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