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Neil deGrasse Tyson Isn’t Buying Bill Belichick’s Explanation For Deflate-Gate

Deflate-gate is the gift that keeps on giving. On Saturday, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick decided to hold a press conference where he unequivocally stated that the Patriots had no hand in purposefully deflating footballs in the AFC Championship Game. Belichick stated that the balls were rubbed down prior to inspection and that Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Marisa Tomei Calls Bill Belichick’s Explanation Pretty Darn Believeable

In a press conference on Saturday, New England Patriots’ head coach Bill Belichick had several very creative things to say about how the team’s footballs may have became under-inflated. One bizarre thing that really stuck out was this comment cited from the classic movie “My Cousin Vinny” (via I’m not a scientist. I’m not an expert in footballs. I’m not an...
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Bill Nye the Science Guy: Bill Belichick’s deflategate explanation made no sense

Sorry Bill Belichick, but you’ve been busted by a real expert. Belichick spoke to the media on Saturday to provide an explanation for how the footballs the Patriots used during the AFC Championship Game became deflated. Belichick tried to explain the study the team did and he generally spoke in large terms, overloaded us with...Read More
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Bill Nye the Science Guy Says Bill Belichick Science Guy is Wrong

If there is one thing we knew we could count on happenning after Bill Belichick decided to get all scientific in an effort to explain what happened with the footballs in the AFC Championship game--we would here from the real science guy, Bill Nye. Sure enough we have heard from Mr. Nye and he says that the Patriots coach is essentially full of hot air.So nice try Bellicheat, but...
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'The Science Guy' says Bill Belichick 'didn't make any sense' (Video)

Bill Nye "The Science Guy" was not impressed with Bill Belichick's attempt to explain how the footballs used by the New England Patriots in the first half of last week's AFC Championship game were deflated two pounds below regulation.In a Saturday press conference, Belichick claimed that the team's normal practice of rubbing the footballs somehow caused the footballs to lose pressure...
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Bill Belichick Makes ‘My Cousin Vinny’ Reference At DeflateGate Press Conference

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick addressed the DeflateGate controversy Saturday afternoon at Gillette Stadium and said his team “followed every rule.” He has no intention of discussing the issue further and noted that his team’s only focus will be on preparing for the Seattle Seahawks ahead of Super Bowl XLIX. Belichick answered questions with more passion...
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Belichick defends Spygate: We did what other teams did

Bill Belichick called a press conference on Saturday to explain that he is confident the New England Patriots did nothing wrong with regard to inflating or under-inflating footballs in the AFC Championship Game. Toward the end of his chat with reporters, it became clear that he was defending more than just some silly Deflategate scandal....Read More
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WATCH: Bill Belichick drops 'My Cousin Vinny' reference

If you guessed that Bill Belichick would make a “My Cousin Vinny” reference at some point while discussing Deflategate, step forward and collect your prize. During his surprise press conference on Saturday, Belichick turned into a science professor and went into detail about air pressure, atmospheric pressure and controlled environments. While it seemed like he...Read More
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Belichick: Patriots followed 'every rule' prepping footballs

FOXBORO, Mass. — DeflateGate, as far as Bill Belichick is concerned, is settled. The New England Patriots head coach addressed the media again Saturday to reiterate that his team followed every NFL rule when preparing their footballs. The footballs were never placed in a heated environment during the preparation process. Belichick said that during their preparation process,...
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John Harbaugh: Bill Belichick is best coach of this century

Despite the allegations that the Baltimore Ravens tipped off the Indianapolis Colts that the New England Patriots were allegedly using under-inflated footballs, Ravens coach John Harbaugh shows he has nothing but high praise for Bill Belichick. While preparing for the Pro Bowl, Harbaugh told NFL Media’s Omar Ruiz that he believes he’s the best coach of the century. He...
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