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The practice of using introductions to identify the players and coaches on the team and test the buzzer system is a distinctive, but now mostly passé, feature of Illinois Scholastic Bowl.

Introductions typically consist of the captain buzzing in and identifying himself or herself, and the coaches. The captain then proceeds to either identify the teammates or let them identify themselves; in either case, each teammate buzzes in as he or she is identified. The order in which the teammates buzz in varies.

Introductions are also used to identify any substitutes that enter the game.