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USC football: Matt Barkley gives fans a quarterback's point-of-view experience

Lj1xhxnc USC quarterback Matt Barkley was outfitted with a camera on his helmet during the Trojans' practice and scrimmage at the Coliseum last weekend.

The intent by was to give fans a point-of-view experience as Barkley commanded the huddle and ran plays.

The result can be seen here.

Barkley is the second USC player to wear a camera during practice. Receiver Robert Woods had one on his chest during a workout.

The Woods experiment was interesting, but Barkley's helmet-cam captured images that were easier to view and had video-game qualities.


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Photo: Southern California Trojans quarterback Matt Barkley (7) at spring practice at Howard Jones Field. Credit: Kirby Lee / US Presswire

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