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“Captivating. . . . Urschelâ€s brilliant memoir explores the challenges of making difficult

choices and the rewards of following oneâ€s passions in life.― —Publishers Weekly, starred

review“[Mind and Matter] follow[s] Urschel through the academic and athletic rigors that

expose the sharp contrasts and surprising connections between the two passions that shape his

life—one taxing his brain with proofs and calculations, the other toughening his muscles with

gridiron competition. The candid narrative conveys both the intellectual excitement of

mathematically formulating the irregularities of an asteroidâ€s orbit and the physical trauma of

sustaining a concussion in blocking a blitzing linebacker. A piquantly improbable memoir.―—

Booklist “The most creative people are those who can embrace very different disciplines:

Einstein loving music and physics, Leonardo da Vinci with his art and engineering. John Urschel,

in this delightful memoir written with Louisa Thomas, describes his passion for both football and

mathematics. He makes Joe Paternoâ€s fall and Newtonâ€s three-body problem of moving

objects equally interesting. But this book is about something much deeper: the importance of grit

and determination in all fields of endeavor. Urschel has mastered that in his life, and he can inspire

all of us to do so as well.―  —Walter Isaacson, author of Leonardo da Vinci“A

charming memoir on the joys of solving puzzles and pushing yourself past your so-called limits.

Itâ€s not every day that you read a book by an NFL lineman whoâ€s working on a math PhD

at MIT, and John Urschel reminds us that a full life depends on exercising both your brain and your

body.― —Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Originals and Give

and Take“John Urschelâ€s charming autobiography-so-far about his journey through the

highest levels of football and mathematics will give you some hope that the ideal of the studentathlete

is still alive; and youâ€ll learn some math, too.―—Jordan Ellenberg, author ofHow

Not to Be Wrong“Meet ‘The Most Interesting Man in the Worldâ€: John Urschel. Having

reached the highest level in football, heâ€s on his way to doing the same in math. His beautifully

written memoir is a fun, fast-paced look at the route to excellence, and a tribute to old-school

virtues like hard work, determination, and curiosity.―—Steven Strogatz, professor of

mathematics at Cornell University and author of The Joy of x Read more John Urschel

 is a former offensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens and a PhD candidate at MIT. He has a

bachelorâ€s and masterâ€s degree in mathematics from Penn State, and in 2013, he won the

Sullivan Award, given to “the most outstanding amateur athlete in the United States,― and the


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