http://m.espn.go.com/general/story?storyId=12205179&ci. Tty=boston&src=desktop&rand=ref~%7B%22ref%22%3A%22https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F%22%7D For those of you that are not in the US or do not pay attention to American football, the New England Patriots recently defeated the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship game. This game decides which team will play in the Super Bowl. The Patriots beat the Colts 45-7, in a loser-go-home scenario. The QB's inspect 12 footballs that will be used for each game. These footballs stay on each sideline and are only used by the teams designated. The Patriots were accused of using 'deflated' footballs in their win. The NFL has strict guidlines on the issue. All footballs must have 12.5 psi, minimum, in all games. When it is wet or cold, or both in this instance, a deflated football gives the team a significant advantage. If the players can squeeze the ball easier, you have less of a chance of fumbling, dropping a pass, or throwing an interception; this is due to a better grip on the ball. 11 of 12 footballs were found to have 'less than adequate' pressure. Bill Belichick(head coach of New England) came out and said he "has no idea"how this happened. He directed blame at Tom Brady(the quarterback) which is understandable, given the circumstances. Now, the Patriots were involved in a scandal a few years ago involving predicting plays. They were accused of videotaping coach's playcalls and using these recordings to their advantage. Belichik denied those allegations, too. On one hand, I can see how he would have no idea what happened. On the other hand, he has been accused of cheating in the past and he is the Head Coach of the team. Very seldom is a Head Coach unaware of ANY happenings or adjustments before ANY game. I think he's a liar. Thoughts?