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FORMER NFL PLAYER URSCHEL SELLS VIRTUE OF MATH TO YOUNGSTERS

John Urschel has found that a master’s degree in mathematics, his stature as an accomplished author and his pending doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology isn’t necessarily enough to sell young students on the benefit of crunching numbers.

What really makes him interesting to most kids is that he’s a former NFL player who opted to immerse himself in math.

“In the broader context, it helps

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