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Wharton Moneyball: International Soccer Analytics, NFL Season Update w Cris Collinsworth, & Super Bowl Projections

Ep. 133

Show fro 1/16/19


In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts take at what teams are primed to go to the super bowl. Then the latest in soccer analytics with the head of the Football Observatory at the International Center for Sports Studies. Plus Former NFL Receiver and game analyst for NBC’s Sunday Night Football, Chris Collinsworth, joins us for a season update! All that and more


Guest:

Raffaele Poli - The head of the Football Observatory at the International Center for Sports Studies. The Observatory is an international academic research group, specialized in the statistical analysis of the sport. He also holds a PhD in Human Science. 

Follow the Football Observatory on Twitter @CIES_Football


Cris Collinsworth - The game analyst for NBC’s Sunday Night Football where he has called games alongside Al Michaels for ten years. He’s been a part of four Super Bowls, calling three, including last year’s, and playing in one. Chris is also the majority owner of the great Pro Football Focus.

Follow him on Twitter @CollinsworthPFF 

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