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Seeing Luck Turn Around

There is a way to measure the luck that college football teams have, and it can help predict which way really lucky or unlucky teams' records change for the next season.

SEC 2010 Pythagorean Wins Analysis

Roll Bama Roll takes a look at the Pythagorean win projections for every team in the SEC last year and compares that to the actual results. The conclusion? Complete and utter chaos.

Pythagorean Win Expectancy

Where will your favorite MLL team finish the season? Using Pythagorean expectations to predict the future

'Dawgs by Decades: One Man's Odyssey as a Georgia Bulldogs Fan

Dawg Sports traces the odyssey of a Georgia Bulldogs fan decade by decade, from the national championship in 1980 to the uncertainty of 2010.

Statistical Review of the 2009 49ers: I. Overall

Part 1 of Niners Nation's statistical season review: Overall performance.

College Football's Biggest Under- and Overachievers of the Last Decade

A look at the biggest underachievers and overachievers in college football of the last decade using Pythagorean expectation as the measurement.

Sean O'Sullivan Bashed in Toronto, Angels Still Top Pythagoras

The Angels lost to Toronto 5-4 in the first game of 3-game series.

Interleague Play, PythagenPat, and the Superiority of the American League

Taking a look at interleague records and run differentials from 2005-2009 as part of the basis for the claim that the American League is the stronger league.

Has South Carolina Underachieved Under Spurrier?

Has South Carolina truly underachieved under Steve Spurrier, and how much hope is there for 2009?

Bobby Johnson: How Good a Coach Is He?

Bobby Johnson's coaching resume reveals that he always gets better. Always.

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