Ky. boy wins science fair proving Tom Brady's a cheater


Asked by NFL Draft Diamonds why he chose to research Brady's infamous history for the science fair, the 10-year-old Kentucky native didn't sugarcoat his words, admitting outright that "I hate Tom Brady".

Q: If you could share a message with Tom Brady what would you say to him?

What's even better is that he did so good at the project that he actually won the science fair.

He entitled his project, "Is Tom Brady a Cheater", and he won, according to a Facebook post made by his father. Each of them threw footballs of varying inflation, and he measured the distance of each one and calculated the average.

There are people who dislike the New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady because of so many Super Bowl appearances and their subsequent success this century. Ace, his sister, and his mom all put his theory to the test.

He gave an interview to NFL Draft Diamonds and revealed why he chose to take on this project.

He concludes: "Tom Brady is indeed a cheater".

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Q - How did you come up with the idea for your science fair project?

The young quarterback hypothesized that "under-inflated footballs provide a competitive advantage in a game". And Julian Edelman takes steroids.

Rumors of the Patriots using deflated balls during the game surfaced nearly immediately after Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson intercepted a Brady pass, and then handed the ball to the Colts equipment manager because the ball didn't feel quite like an NFL football at full inflation, according to this timeline of "Deflategate" on

He added: "It's amusing and people are exhausted of watching him in the Super Bowl". The next season, however, the star quarterback received a four-game suspension and the Patriots were fined $1 million for the scandal known as "Deflategate".

Ace's favorite National Football League team, by the way, is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

"Give me some of your money; you don't deserve it".

Watch the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, Feb. 3, only on CBS. "I'm gonna win that too", Ace added.