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Tyler Greenawalt | NCAA.com | December 5, 2015

Stanford creates 360-degree video to campaign for Christian McCaffrey's Heisman bid

  Stanford's Christian McCaffrey has over 2,000 all-purpose yards this season for the Cardinal.

Stanford really thinks Christian McCaffrey deserves to win the Heisman Trophy, and the Cardinal will put his credentials on full display as part of a new 360-degree video the school created during the Pac-12 title game on Saturday.

The video shows off McCaffrey's skillset in an interesting way, utilizing the 360-degree mode on YouTube to give viewers the full #WildCaff experience. Not only that, the video is also configured for "virtual reality," where viewers wearing Google Cardboard devices can see McCaffrey's highlights in a uniquely immersive way.

This isn't the first time Stanford has promoted McCaffrey's Heisman candidacy. The school launched a website about a month ago advocating for the running back.

Stanford has spent a considerable amount of time and effort on showing off its flashing running back, but only time will tell if it pays off.

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