By Ian Bush

NEW JERSEY (CBS) — It’s not just for the pros, video replay technology is coming to high school football sidelines in New Jersey, and it’s a season-long experiment.

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“There’s no requirement; it’s strictly voluntary, said Jack DuBois, assistant director of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association. “We’re hoping to get a couple schools each week to participate.”

He says referees and other high school football officials expressed interest in trying a replay system.

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“To substantiate some of their calls,” he said. “As to what calls would be reviewed, it would be very minimal — probably score, no score; fumble, no fumble, that type of thing.”

New Jersey will be one of the few states to give video replay a go, and a committee is expected to meet next week to begin reviewing rules for the system.

DuBois says teams will use the Hudl platform that’s already installed for game footage analysis.

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“We’ll look at the data at the end of the season and go from there,” he added.