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Posted 12 September 2011 - 11:23 AM
Posted 12 September 2011 - 11:39 AM
That being said, footballoutsiders.com does a lot of good work on the subject
Posted 12 September 2011 - 11:59 AM
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Posted 16 November 2011 - 10:51 AM
Is this kind of thinking breaking through? Are we going to have a "revolution" in the way the game is played like we have in baseball?
For every one of those HS coaches, there are about 30 who still run a team like mine did, running the motherfucking Wing-T, feeding the fullback 30 times a game, and avoiding the throwing game like each pass was negative points. (despite my HS having a QB who had to be one of the most accurate in state history [29 TD, 0 int, 75% comp%]. They were still pretty successful thanks to some extremely skilled running backs and a big O-line, but we could have been so much better)
I think there might be a small amount of drift towards the use of these stats, but its not much. Nate Jackson wrote a fairly good piece about this the other day on deadspin: http://deadspin.com/...te-eric-mangini
Posted 09 February 2012 - 04:41 PM
Shit. I literally have the book laying by my bed but cannot for the life of me think of the name. It's basically freakonomics for sports. Anyhoo, there is a section about a HS coach that never punts and some other things he does that break "sacred football tradition".
Pete, you talking about the book "Scorecasting"? I'm reading it now; interesting read so far
Posted 10 February 2012 - 02:35 PM
Math hurts. But, yes, go for it every time.
Another take on the "go for it on 4th Down, dammit" hypothesis, this time with numbers and equations! http://bit.ly/qn10nR
Everytime that the Hawkeyes punted within the opponents 40-yard line this year I was about ready to drive to the game to hit Ferentz on the head with a big stick.
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