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Wharton Moneyball: Super Bowl 2019, NBA Playoffs, & Australian Open

Ep. 135

Show from 1/30/19


In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts get prepped for the 2019 Super Bowl! They have on former NFL Fullback and Tight End Erik Lorig to discuss the team dynamics of a Super Bowl. Lorig played for the New Orleans Saints and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. "Defensive lines win Super Bowls. That position has the power to really affect an offensive play," according to Lorig. Then more football analytics with Aaron Schatz of FootballOutsiders.com. Plus some NBA playoffs, Australian Open, and golf. All that and more.


Guests:

Erik Lorig is a former NFL fullback and tight end where he played for the Buccaneers and Saints after converting from a defensive lineman where he played at Stanford. Erik is currently a fulltime MBA student here at Wharton where he is focusing his studies on Business Analytics and Entrepreneurship

Follow him on Twitter @erikalexander41


Aaron Schatz launched the football analytics website FootballOutsiders.com in July 2003. He remains editor-in-chief and head statistician for the website as well as the book series “Football Outsiders Almanac”. He also writes for ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine and appears weekly during the season on the Off The Charts podcast. 

Follow him on Twitter @FO_ASchatz

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