Why should fans go to a game and leave the comfort of their couches and wide-screen TVs? Some enterprising teams are bringing in high-tech gadgets to maximize fan involvement in live games.
Just like running drills and going over plays, college and pro football players need to be reminded how they should conduct themselves on social media.
Keeping tabs on collegiate athletes' social media activities can be a daunting task for schools, so UDilligence.com offers to do the work for them.
Ryan Corazza's been following scores of athletes, sports personalities and leagues -- and the fans who do the following -- on the Web and has come up with a list of social media winners and losers from 2009.
The BCS went in search of friends, so it launched a Facebook page and a Twitter account. Besides giving fans a place to vent, the controversial title system also can spread its side of the argument.
The NBA's reported new Twitter policy is fair (no tweeting during games), but some teams have leapt at the chance to install stricter guidelines.