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7.Running Backwards, Moving Forward
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10.From Football Safety to Neurosurgeon
11.All Hail Tokyo’s Robot Queen!
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14.The Rise and Fall of Jai Alai
15.With $100K in Student Debt, He’s Helping Others Avoid It
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17.The Female Falconers Finding Their Wings
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At the University of Notre Dame, football is sacred. Student spirit for the game pervades all of campus—if you’re not on the team, you’re certainly rooting for the Fighting Irish come game day. But for one club of engineering students, simply "watching" football wasn't quite enough. By building and programming their very own football-playing robots, they're putting their own tech twist on America's favorite sport.
Watch the Irish take on USC this Saturday night, 7:30 pm ET on NBC.
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