Boy's project tries to prove Tom Brady is 'a cheater'
Boy's project tries to prove Tom Brady is 'a cheater'
Child Wins Science Fair By Proving Tom Brady Cheated By Using Deflated Footballs
26 January, 2019, 20:08
"Is Tom Brady A Cheater?" featured no electrical wires or lava-spewing volcanoes.
But Ace Davis, a 10-year-old in Lexington, Ky., set out to prove at his school's science fair that underinflated balls could benefit a quarterback.
Q: If you could share a message with Tom Brady what would you say to him?
Ace Davis, 10, used the project to hypothesize that "under-inflated footballs provide a competitive advantage in a game". The rational behind the accusation was that deflated footballs are easier to hold onto and travel farther when thrown.
The scandal resulted in a lengthy legal fight ending with a four-game suspension for Brady and $1 million fine and loss of two draft picks for the team.
As it turns out, not only did Ace enter the project in the science fair, he actually won the science fair.
The project's poster board came equipped with a Brady internet meme and photos of Davis throwing balls in the yard.
He also included several pictures of Brady crying or making weird faces.
According to MySA, Ace Davis said he hates Tom Brady and he's been accused of cheating before.
No surprise here. Ace's Super Bowl prediction enormously favors the Rams, including Todd Gurley, over Brady and Patriots teammates Julian Edelman and Rob Gronkowski. He added that people are exhausted of watching Brady win the Super Bowl.
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