Using technology to make college football better, faster, safer
from USA Today
In a small meeting room on Nike's campus in early July, with the simmering field turf to their backs, college football's top quarterback recruits received an introduction to the next phase in sports training. The introduction came via former Ohio State quarterback Joe Germaine, the director of system operations for Axon Sports, an Arizona-based performance company with roots in neuroscience — the study of the brain and nervous system — and an emphasis on cognitive training.
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