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Published on Aug 9, 2012
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Director: Brett Fallentine Executive Producer: Eli Kaufman Producer: Pete Karinen DP: Jay Visit B Camera: Alex Gorosh Grip/DIT/Asst. Editor: Tim Arnold Gaffer: Vong Chea Editor: Jeff Conrad Production Sound: Darryl Williams Jib Operator: Bill Roberts Campus Filming Coordinator: Alan House Balloon Tech: Marty Lagrasta VFX: Darren Fanton VFX: Adam Fanton Camera/Sound: Lior Chefetz A.D.: Will Lamborn
Expert: Rajiv Maheswaran, Research Assistant Professor and Scientist at the University of Southern California
Player 1: D.A. Allen Player 2: Vern Guest Player 3: Matthew McKinley Player 4: Dario Lee Player 5: Steve Nichols Player 6: Eric Corbin Player 7: Michael Anthony Player 8: Neaks Wambach Player 9: Johnathan Jordan Player 10: Martin Harris