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Episode No. 14: Matthew Schilling, University of Minnesota Football Director of Video Services


Football coaches and players obviously watch a ton of video, right? I’m posting this on the morning of the LSU-Alabama national championship game, and in the 30-plus day layoff those teams have had, you know they’ve been watching reams of tape.

I was interested in learning how the entire process works, so I spoke with Matthew Schilling, who is the Director of Video Services for the Minnesota Golden Gophers football team.

It’s an interesting discussion about the arc of a week Saturday-Saturday, how Big Ten teams share video, and what different head coaches are like (Schilling has worked with Brady Hoke, the Pelinis, and Jerry Kill).

If you’re a football fan and want to know more about how core elements of building and planning a team work, this is a great interview for you to check out.

As always, you can subscribe to this podcast at this link, and if you’re into Twitter, you can follow us @DaysWorkPodcast.

Thanks for listening, go Gophers, and keep coming back for more episodes. The next one should drop on January 12th.

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