During the game, when the sideline camera zoomed in on JD Clowney,there was a trainer hard at work behind him as Clowney consulted with coaches and teammates. The trainer was manipulating a pair of tubes that protruded upwards from under the back of Clowney's uniform. This was a new-fangled cooling technology that I do not recall being used last year. Did we use these? Is this a new tech we are using?
UNC did not have anything similar that I saw.
In the Googling I did, it looked like something akin to UF's air-cooled football shoulder pads help combat heat illness