Troy Polamalu School of Deeper Learning

by Paul Raymond | Posted on Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

Pittsburgh Steelers Troy Polamalu has taken on a new venture, he’s not just terrorizing wide receivers anymore but he’s now got his own school, the Troy Polamalu School of Deeper Learning. The school will help guys achieve a deeper level of thinking because of healthy scalps and great looking hair. Troy is partnering with Head & Shoulders on this venture.

Here’s part of today’s press release:

During the last three football seasons, Head & Shoulders has helped Troy Polamalu’s legendary hair take on a life of its own, which included securing a million dollar hair insurance policy and immortalizing him in wax. For the 2012 NFL season, Head & Shoulders is turning the spotlight on men and their hair by giving them a deep education on how to get hair as prolific as Troy’s. Starting today, fans can enroll in the Troy Polamalu School of Deeper Learning (TPSDL) – a virtual school featuring a series of humorous online courses to help men everywhere achieve deeper thinking through healthy scalps and great looking hair.

“For the past four years, Head & Shoulders has brought my hair to legendary status and fans have been there to celebrate every curl and milestone”

Head & Shoulders is pleased to introduce the esteemed and masterful faculty of the Troy Polamalu School of Deeper Learning:

Troy Polamalu, Founder & University President
Brett Keisel, Dean of Students, Professor of Facial Hair
Rob Riggle, Tenured Department Head, Comedic Skills

Troy’s academic prowess doesn’t stop there. In fact, the renowned University of Pittsburgh, located in the Steelers’ backyard, has been so deeply impressed with Troy’s follicle-osiphies that they’ve honored him as a guest lecturer at the University, to share his breadth of knowledge on hair care.

Launching in tandem with the new Head & Shoulders for Men Deep Clean product, TPSDL empowers men to morph into lean, deep-thinking machines via a 12-course online video series at

Here’s two videos:

First is from Troy.

And one from Riggle:

So guys visit and get your Certificate of Deep Achievement

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