Coaches using video games to teach
Leave it to football coaches to spoil the fun.
That might be stretching a point, but a few years back, some in their ranks noted their players' obsession with video games (the "Madden NFL" and "NCAA Football" games in particular) and suggested that these games might serve as terrific teaching tools. And after that, it was only a matter of time before the line between work and play was blurred.
XOS Technologies hastened the process. The Massachusetts-based company licensed ...
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