A University at Buffalo researcher hopes this week to put into place the final piece of the puzzle for a never-before-quantified phenomenon in football.
After spending the past six years probing the physics of how a football travels during flight using computer simulations and the videotape of a single forward pass from a 1976 professional football game, the researcher is about to put the last piece into the puzzle.

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  1. u need more stuff

  2. Need to do a project for my physics class…decided to do it on physics of a football…if anyone has ideas or web sites to go to feel free to email me

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    Berk Can Kırçuval

    i am from turkey i’m working on a term project about physics used in football if you could help me i would be honoured

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