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Boy wins science fair proving Tom Brady's a cheater

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". And when asked why he thought his science fair project got so many shares on Facebook, he said, "because it's amusing and people are exhausted of watching him in the Super Bowl".

Ace won the science fair.

His project was titled "Is Tom Brady a Cheater?" Davis' experiment involved having him, his mother and his sister throw footballs of varying levels of inflation and noting the distances of the ball.

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.

Draft Diamonds conducted an interview with Ace, in which he minced no words when it came to how he feels about the Patriots 5-time Super Bowl winning quarterback. Ace Davis used a simple tri-fold poster board for his deep dive into the same question, which won the Millcreek Elementary science fair.

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Ace advanced to the district science fair and will be showing his project there next month.

The controversy resulted in Brady getting a four-game suspension and the team being fined $1 million.

Just don't tell all that to Ace Davis.

In case you're wondering which quarterback Ace likes, that would be Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston. He was instrumental in the team's AFC Championship win on Sunday and will surely be a massive weapon in the Super Bowl when the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams.

"Julian Edelman pushes everyone around, [Rob] Gronkowski gets shut down", he told NFL Draft Diamonds, "[the Rams' Todd] Gurley runs for 2 touchdowns, Brady plays bad - three interceptions, Rams win 30-14".