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3.31.2016

MVP-DRIVE Appears on Late Show with Stephen Colbert

An early DRIVE prototype, along with Elliot Kastner & Dartmouth head football coach Buddy Teevens, made an appearance on Stephen Colbert’s late night show.

The current beta version of the DRIVE Mobile Dummy will feature a taller profile with a form that better simulates an opposing players height with a more realistic torso.

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