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The young kid who claimed Tom Brady was a cheater on his winning science fair project has a change of heart

Several years ago, Ace Davis, a then 10-year-old in Kentucky, won his science fair with the project, “Is Tom Brady a Cheater?”

Ace Davis and his Father Chris were huge Buccaneers fans when Brady was on the Patriots and winning all those Super Bowls.

Well, now that Tom Brady is on their team, Ace had a change of hearts. Today, the you g football standout burned his first place science project claiming Brady was a cheater.

Ace’s hypothesis for the project was: “Through various testing measures of different weights (PSI – pounds per square inch) of footballs, we should find that underinflated footballs provide a competitive advantage in a game.”

His test results show he and his family members throwing longer and longer passes with lighter and lighter footballs.

He concluded that “Tom Brady was indeed a cheater.”

Well, years later Ace no longer feels that way, so to make the score even he burned his science project.

What do you think?

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