California School for the Deaf football team featured in Microsoft commercial

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Did you catch the Microsoft commercial featuring the California School for the Deaf (Fremont, CA) that aired during the NFL playoffs over the weekend?  The commercial (below) called Football, Teamwork and Technology highlights the school’s football team that uses the Microsoft Surface to help coaches and players prepare game strategies and develop new plays in real time.

This past season, the California School for the Deaf, which plays hearing and non-hearing schools, finished 11-2, advancing to the CIF North Coast Section Division 5 quarterfinals.  The Eagles also appeared on ESPN this season, beating Woodland Christian (California) 43-0.

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