no, YOU'RE off topic
I know that there has been plenty of talk on this, but I thought this experiment deserved its own thread.
A HeadSmart Lab study using brand new official NFL Footballs...
All footballs are inflated to 12.5 PSI at 75 degrees...like they would be in a locker room...the balls are then put in a 50 degree room and made wet (there was heavy rain in the AFC Title game and about 45 degrees by halftime of the game).
#1 Colder air will condense the air and decrease PSI in a ball
#2 Wet leather will expand and therefore decrease the PSI in a leather football.
The footballs lost PSI of up to 1.95 PSI --- perfectly in line with what the Patriot balls were. Keep in mind, only 1 Patriot ball was down 2 PSI. The rest lost less than that.
Edit: I failed to embed and have kids to put to bed so here is the link to a video.
Samuel is a 4 star CB from Long Beach Poly.
Watching Zach Gentry's video makes me think he could end up as a tight end similar to the way that Jay Riemersma (Zeeland's own) did back in the day!
Kid is a beast and could play another position is my point -- Like Riemersma (recruited as a QB but ended up growing into a TE)!
Thanks to Tyree, Brian, Alex, Grant, Jon and Andew...
Those who stay...
EDIT: Just excited for and appreciative of those who stayed is all and was reminded of that when I saw his tweet...
Been managing a lengthy debate at work over the concept of "Best Male Life."
The question: Who, among the world's male species, is leading a life worthy of the MOST envy? Of course, the debate is an inexact science, so I've quantified it down to the following criteria:
- Attention from women
- Best at what they do
- Pop culture relevance
Tom Brady has been leading the office debate for some time now; scoring high across all of the above measurements. He's hard to argue with. Tiger Woods' fall from grace knocked him out of contention, as this is purely a list of CURRENT contenders -- although you could argue Tiger still merits a place at the table. George Clooney/Brad Pitt merit some consideration, although they both lose points on age, and I'm not sure either are the best at what they do. One person in my office demands Dave Grohl's consideration. He's an interesting consideration. While scoring low on attractiveness, ya gotta figure the guy leads a Top-10 life.
Me, I have lobbied for Prince Harry. Dude looks like he's having the time of his life. He's got the money, looks, and access to everything he wants -- with NONE of the responsibility. Prince Harry is my number 1 going into 2015.
On this week before SB, I'd be curious of your thoughts on this utterly moronic, unwinnable debate.