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Ravens guard, math scholar John Urschel analyzes extra-point ru…

Ravens guard, math scholar John Urschel analyzes extra-point rule change

baltimoresun.com Updated May 24 (yesterday)
As a math scholar, Ravens offensive guard John Urschel is accustomed to applying his knowledge and authoring complicated papers in academic journals.
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