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Pigskin Dispatch... Press Boxes and Sideline Communication
Pigskin Dispatch podcaster Darin Hayes and I discussed a recent TidBit about the evolution of press boxes, their use by media personnel, and eventually by assistant coaches acting as spotters. We also cover how press boxes were connected to people on the sideline as early as the 1890s and the later connection of coaches with their counterparts on the sideline.
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Here’s the original Tidbit:
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