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The Baylor Effect - Week 8

Apparently, Iowa State was defensively not that great by standard statistics coming into the game with us...now they're much worse. Also, not exactly related to this post but has anyone else been...

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Scouting the Aggies: Week 4 Data

Due to a busy week at work and whatnot, this week's post didn't come until Friday instead of the usual Wednesday. Please forgive me. To make up for it, I will personally guarantee that A&M beat...

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Scouting the Aggies: Week 1 Data

[Author's note: In a project that should be called "Let's Hope My Marriage Survives," I will be attempting to chart every play run by the Texas A&M offense in the 2013 season. Each week I will...

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Tim Boestch and The Economics Of Going For It Down 2 Rounds.

AT UFC 144 Tim Boestch was getting manhandled by former number one contender Yushin Okami. As he came to his corner they told him he had lost both rounds and he had to go for it. Boetsch...

Visual Stat Project

just wondering if people had some good ideas on what to add to this site i created. the stats are taken from the first game of the season a few years ago. check it out and give me some suggestions

Missouri: Least Offensive State in the NFL (aka - A Terrible, Terrible Stat)

Sorting the team stats by points scored per game, I noticed something so bad, it's almost funny. Almost. If you combine the two Missouri teams' (KC ranked 31st, STL ranked 32nd) in points scored per game from the 2011 regular season, they'd still only rank 6th just behind the Chargers, and still almost 10PPG behind GB. Ouch, baby. Very ouch.

Offensive Geometry

A post from Ian Levy of hickory-high, comparing offensive efficiency between NBA teams via cool graphs. An interesting insight, in how choosing the efficient option doesn't always equal efficient offense.

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NBA D-League President Says 'Yes' To Detailed League Stats Online

So what about those of us who are die-hard fans of the NBA D-League? Where do we go for our stat fixes? This year Sam Farber has published a number of articles on the NBA D-League website. He’s doing some great analytical work and has touched on topics that include: advanced basketball statistics, rebounding, free-throw shooting, pacing, ball control and three-point shooting.

A stats-eye view of TCU's revival

Here's a stats-eye view of TCU's revival under Gary Patterson.

This was recently seen in our magazine office. It's like a certain RockMNation stat nerd has been...

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This was recently seen in our magazine office. It's like a certain RockMNation stat nerd has been hanging out here ...

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