In full disclosure, I was given this tip by a former student, Kyle Button, who is currently doing some great video work at the University of Missouri. He came back to town one weekend and was working with the staff videographers who were filming a football game to get clips for hype videos.
One of his bits of advice that night was to mark your good clips. He said that after he gets a good shot, the next shot he films is of the ground. That way, when he is looking at his clips on his computer, he can easily find the good clips because in icon view mode, the best shots are the ones right before the ground shots that he can easily see.
You can see an example of this in the image that goes along with this post. 1304, 1315, 1321, 1326, etc. are clips that have been taken of the floor, which means the video clips right before those were thought to be keepers by the videographer.
The tip is just a really good way to more quickly sort through lots of game clips if you’re looking to make a game recap or hype video.