Others find a way to turn their passion into a science fair project.
According to the Washington Post, Davis' project was enough to win him honorable mention and advance to his school district's competition.
Ace discovered that those with less air flew farther, bringing him to the conclusion that under-inflated footballs gave him an advantage in the 2015 AFC championship game. "I can't believe we made it to this point", Jinnies said in an interview on Thursday with ABC's "Good Morning America". Each of them threw footballs of varying inflation, and he measured the distance of each one and calculated the average.
Ace will take his project to the state level now.
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The scandal resulted in a lengthy legal fight ending with a four-game suspension for Brady and $1 million fine and loss of two draft picks for the team. It also showed a photo of Davis in his football uniform with a green check above it, and next to it was a photo of Brady with a red "x" above it.
Ace's favorite quarterback is Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Jameis Winston. "Brady plays bad - three interceptions, Rams win 30-14".
Asked what he would say to Brady if he ever met him, Ace replied, "Gimme some of your money, you don't deserve it".