Originally Posted by PCXL-Fan
Smaller cranial size.
Less room to develop a large motor and optical cortex needed to quickly process the multiple variables needed to play optimally in the wind.
The larger the rear of the head is the more adept the subject is at tasks relating to hand eye coordination full body coordination and calculating movement of the ball because of wind.
Do you think Nole's was having issues with shoe
grip. He seemed to be falling a lot. Or is that also a result of a low IQ due to smaller brain?
"He is much like Federer, only slightly heavier." -- StringerTom on suresh. "He is much like suresh, only slightly lighter" - vanioman on Federer.