Ten-year-old's science project questions Tom Brady's legacy

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Meanwhile, he's preparing to take his project to the state science competition.

Deflategate is coming back to haunt Tom Brady - at least, at one Kentucky elementary school.

While most kids usually make a volcano or plant for the science fair, Ace Davis made a decision to prove that Tom Brady was a cheater through science.

Ace's dad, Christopher Davis, posted pictures of his son's project, and the post has been shared about 4,500 times.

In his interview with Draft Diamonds, Ace said he came up with the project idea because he "hates" Brady. He said he wants him to be caught.

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.

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Polls have shown that the public is blaming Trump for the shutdown and his approval numbers have sunk as the impasse drags on. Either measure would reopen federal agencies and pay 800,000 federal workers who are days from missing yet another paycheck.

On his poster, he included the results of experiments he did with his mom and sister. The project found that footballs thrown with less air traveled at a greater distance than those footballs which were more inflated, according WJLA and photos of the project posted by Davis' father on Facebook.

The Patriots went on to win Super Bowl XLIX over the Seattle Seahawks, 28-24, but investigations into the AFC Championship game dominated sports headlines. Brady was also suspended four games to start the 2016 season.

The two California dancers also encouraged other men to try out for National Football League cheerleading teams, including Jesse Hernandez, who made it on the New Orleans Saints' team.

Watch the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, Feb. 3, only on CBS.

The $60 million figure is a conservative estimate, and if Brady had hypothetically negotiated new top dollar contracts every year of his career, his earnings at this point could be as much as $100 million higher.

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