Monthly Archives: February 2013

Links We Like: Good Reads From the Week of Feb. 4

What was the best Super Bowl ever?: Deadspin’s Reuben Fischer-Baum comes up with a definition for “watchability” and applies it to past Super Bowls. Denver is the NBA’s most well-rounded team: Over at NumberFire, Zach Warren looks at lineup balance … Continue reading

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Links We Like: Good Reads From the Week of Jan. 28

Visualizing paths to Cooperstown, via FlowingData. Brian Burke studies whether being clutch is a persistent skill in the NFL. Just how little do Super Bowl ads cost major companies? Our own Professor Goldsberry looks at which NBA players own which spots on the floor. The Guardian … Continue reading

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Profile of an NFL Fanbase: Are all 13 year old girls bandwagon fans?

by Ben Blatt This is the final post in a series of three on NFL fandom. The first two can be read here and here. To the typical male football fan it may be depressing, but certainly not surprising, to … Continue reading

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