Making plays to help tackle Math and Science facts and figures, Texas Instruments has teamed up with none other than all-star and scholar, Baltimore Ravens NFL player John Urschel on Math for the Win. Urschel was drafted to the Ravens in 2014, after playing for and graduating from Penn State University in 2012. Soon after, he pursued his Masters, published research in mathematics journals and is currently pursuing his PhD in Spectral Graph Theory, and that's just in the off season.
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