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The best angle to show the quarterback what is really going on would be the "Skycam" that ESPN uses, but they are very expensive and difficult to operate. The next best thing is a camera called the Eagle Cam, which the Tar Heel program purchased earlier this year. It is mounted on an extension apparatus attached to a tripod and takes footage of offensive plays from directly behind the quarterback, about 20 feet in the air. (Tar Heel Blue)

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