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Wharton Moneyball: The Start of the NFL Season & Team Rankings

Ep. 116

Show from 9/12/18


In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts Cade Massey, Shane Jensen, Adi Wyner, and Eric Bradlow give you the latest stats on the NFL including what teams they think will make the playoffs. Plus they talk sports tech with the CEO & Founder of Sparta Science, a Silicon Valley company that is now the leader in Force Data Visualization. All that and more!


Guests:

Dr. Phil Wagner - The CEO & Founder of Sparta Science, a Silicon Valley company that is now the leader in Force Data Visualization for more than 50 organizations worldwide- including sports organizations across all levels, the government, and the medical community.

Follow him on Twitter @DrPhilWagner 


Brian Burke - A former Navy pilot, and was an early pioneer of modern football analytics. He is currently the senior analytics specialist at ESPN and a writer at espn.com.

Follow him of Twitter @bburkeESPN

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