The University of Central Florida football team will Don QR codes instead of numbers on the back of their jerseys. The team showed off their new garb on Twitter, sporting large, custom QR codes beneath their last names.
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The video was posted by UCF coach Gus malzahn. He also has a QR code stamped on his team polo shirt. Ucf will display players’ QR codes on their home stadium’s Jumbotron.
The UCF Knights kept the numbers on the back of their jerseys. Last year, the team swapped their last names for Twitter handle handle handle. I could see how it might be frustrating for fans to search for a player’s Twitter handle.
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It’s a creative use of the QR code and a clever way to promote players. It’s certainly a clever use of QR code. But it’s not sure how well it will work when you’re watching the game.
If you’re watching a broadcast or replay, will you just have to wait for a close-up?. It is enough to attract media attention, and maybe get potential recruits to move the school up their list.