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Baylor introduces app that will give stadium fans instant replay on phone

Clay Fuller (lefty) and Bryce Petty (right) of Baylor football Photo:

Clay Fuller (lefty) and Bryce Petty (right) of Baylor football

Baylor Athletics announced Monday that it will introduce a new mobile application called the "Baylor In-Game App" for use at the school's new $260 million on-campus stadium. 

The app will deliver instant replays to fans in the stadium through their phones and other wireless devices. The replays will come in customized camera angles and the app will also provide team information and real-time statistics. 

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"It is like having your DVR remote on your phone where you can watch replays and highlights from your seat in the stadium," said John Garrison, assistant athletic director for marketing at Baylor.

The app will be accessible by smartphone, tablet or laptop computer, and includes both iPhones, iPads and Android devices. 

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Fans can begin using the Baylor In-Game App at the team's season opener versus SMU on Aug. 31. 

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