'Deflate-Gate' Explained by Stick Figures

Professor Chang Kee Jung dives into the physics behind deflated footballs.
1:32 | 01/22/15

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I intend to John professor and department of physics and astronomy at Stony Brook university. Let's start with the just went football. Control or whether indoors and then it was all the ball you know all this. Strong forceful arm and then all of you to have parents are. To do all of its density. At cook grits with key tools good football under normal conditions and then. Properly inflated football. Four point five to four of their fortified side. Maximized. You know hopefuls own this. If you can be played football or whatever reasons then it will you know slow down faster. People vote for it aerodynamics and he reaches for perfect fit them properly inflated football so beautiful what about all about destroyed all its. Forceful presence in fact. Most of hopeful Clovis school attendance was ours. Short passes after it passes. Both those short passes fast. He played football is actually better. The US citizen provides and that it better grip two quarterbacks thus the role more accurate and then this all through the political goal is easy to catch forms receivers but this is pot. Although YE a whole days it's tempting. War coaches or poor is trying to have balls have been more deflated. So that tickets over.

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