The Wharton Moneyball Post Game Podcast


Wharton Moneyball: Super Bowl 53 Outcomes, College Football Recruiting, & Innovations in Soccer Analytics

Ep. 136

Show from 2/6/19

In this episode of Wharton Moneyball we have a full house, hosts Cade Massey, Shane Jensen, Adi Wyner, and Eric Bradlow dive right into Super Bowl 53. They discuss good plays, quarterback tactics and much more. Then they switch from NFL to College Football to talk about recruiting season and what it entails. Plus they look at soccer analytics, innovations, and team data with an expert in the space. Tune in!


Bud Elliott - National Recruiting Director & Editor for He holds degrees from Alabama and Florida State, both of which have fan bases that are obsessed with recruiting.

Follow Bud on Twitter @BudElliot3

Dan Altman - Founder of North Yard Analytics, a consultancy focused on soccer. He works with clubs in the English Premier League, Major League Soccer, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, and other competitions around the world. He is also an adjunct associate professor of economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business, where he co-teaches a seminar on sports analytics in practice.

Follow his work on Twitter @nyasports

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